Modern Archaeology

I was bushwacking and cutting some brush on the far side of our driveway today. As I kicked around some branches on the ground I dislodged an historic artifact. Brushing off the dirt with my shirt I discovered it to be a Motorola i1000plus cellular phone; circa 2001.

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It’s huge, doesn’t turn on, has moisture in the screen and has become Catherine’s favorite plaything. She’s been calling all her friends on it for the past several hours!

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3 thoughts on “Modern Archaeology

  1. jennifair

    Oh dear. She inherited the techy-gadget gene, did she?? 😉 The pic of her is hilarious. I love it! Oh – and Matt has a digital photo frame at work with a bunch of pics that circulate through, and one is of C, Matt and myself… the happy family???? Haha!

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  2. Bethany Joy Lange

    Simon has at least 2 cell phones that I know of – Adam’s old work cell from Silver City, and also the retired phone of one of his godfathers. I cringed at first (I’m pretty anti-cell phone, typically) but without batteries I guess they’re harmless enough. Funny to see a tot on a cell though!

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