I’ll admit it, I’m kind of running out of things to say on a daily basis. Between teaching and working and setting up the upcoming gift guides, I don’t seem to have much time or energy left. So, I think I’ll hit up my stockpile of blogging drafts and see what I can come up with.
I started writing this post a long time ago. I mean, long enough ago that I actually still used songs with lyrics for my ring tones. Long enough that Push It actually WAS my ringtone. But hey, I’ll still share and tell if that’s okay.
But first, the original post (as I see fit to edit)…
I was trying to get some new ringtones to upload into my phone but for some reason, I couldn’t get the damn downloads to work right. So I’ll just have to share what I have on the phone right now…
I’ve got Trisha Yearwood’s That’s What I Like About You for hubby* (a Trisha concert was our first date).
I have Rilo Kiley’s Portions for Foxes** for my unknown callers (so I know when it’s not worth running into the other room to dig through my purse to answer the phone.
Trouble by Pink for my old roommate and closest friend. I just think it’s cute, you know, her being a bad influence (ha!) and all that.
The heavy guitar intro to U2’s New Year’s Day for our good friend (though she rarely calls from an unblocked call most times).
I’ve always wanted my default ringer to be Salt & Peppa’s Push It, but since my phone always went with me to client meetings, I didn’t think it was appropriate. Once these other two expire, I’ll upload Push It. Yeah, that’s totally old news.
Currently, I have the musical intro to Kirsty MacColl’s US Amazonians (you can give a listen below). It’s fun, it’s loud enough, it has no lyrics attached to it (perfect for when the phone rings when I’m teaching or with clients) and I know it well enough that it makes me smile and hum along when I hear it.
Now it’s your turn…what is your current ringtone? Something with lyrics or without?
* I still do since he rarely calls my cell when I’m out with clients.
** I don’t use anything for unknown/blocked numbers any more. Then again, since I can see who calls and listen to their message online these days, I don’t rush to answer the phone anymore either.