Let The Thief No Longer Steal

I’m in the ‘Laggards’ category in the Adoption Process.

So I’ve been meaning to update my phone since, well, since iOS5 came out but I don’t really know how.

I usually depend on a man for all my IT solutions but ever since he started his store, my brother has no time to breathe let alone help me update my phone. I used to have a go-to IT guy but then I broke his heart and now he won’t talk to me.

Thumbs up, Sumie.

So I’ve decided to learn how to update my phone myself.

The problem is, I’m afraid to lose my contacts, pictures and most importantly, my Angry Birds high score. Unfortunately, my iPhone has, um, how do I say this nicely, been meddled with so if I do update, I’m going to lose everything.

I cry when I think of the hours I spent finding the golden eggs.

I’m never “meddling” with my phone ever again.

Okay here goes.

iOS5 updated and woohooo all my SMS’s are intact! My notes are all here! My contacts are here! All photos still here! All my appointments in my Calendar are still here!

Everything’s in a funny font though.

Okay so the truth is, I still got my brother’s help to update. Oh why am I so dependent?!

Anyway, just in case, I saved my contacts through the iDrive Lite application.

Works brilliantly.

Everything is saved online and you can restore and retrieve it whenever you want.

I’ve decided since I’m in a new season, I want to start fresh, so I’m not going to, um, meddle, with my phone. I shall pay for all my apps like a good citizen. It’s costly, but my conscience will be clear.

Let the thief no longer steal, but rather let [her] labor, doing honest work with [her] own hands, so that [she] may have something to share with anyone in need.

Ephesians 4:28

On a related note: New handphone cover! Loving the red.

Neon Run update:

Results: Collapsed out of breath. Saw a light. And then voices calling me to the light. I ignored the voices. Will attempt 2KM tomorrow.

Thinking of: Pinocchio, learning how to use my camera, Mikaila’s So In Love with Two,  Flo Rida’s Whistle, and my clear conscience.

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