A Wave Called Me Today (and that is not a poetic statement, it is a literal statement!) see blog to find out what I am saying.
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Here is how it happened, and other than what I can say, I have no other explanation!
My cell phone got trippy on me and stopped taking my messages. Oh, it would take them, and indicate that I had them, many important ones, of course, but it wouldn't let me hear them. No way, not happening, nada!
So, I called T-mobile and a very nice tech-girl straightened it out for me and left me a message to test it. It worked again! I had a message, I could hear it! It was from the tech-girl, but she was kind enough to leave a funny, fun, pleasant message. (Don't you love it when service people go the extra mile and are fun, friendly and nice?)
Now we're coming to the wave part.
I got another message after the tech-girl message. I listened, and all I heard was the sound of one wave breaking.
That's it. A wave, it starts with the sound of the swelling, then there is the cresting, and then the crash of the wave, and the bubbly sound after it crashes and spreads out on the beach.
That's it. End of message.
I looked at my missed calls, and there were none, the last call that came in was from the tech-girl. I looked to see if Mark went and stood on the beach to send me a wave sound, but there were no calls from him since a while back, and those were all of his voice.
I have no idea how this happened. But it happened. If anyone has an explanation, feel free, but I like to think that a wave called me.