Heads-up, peeps. Dan and I may be ditching the land line (home phone) in the next few months. We've known a few people to do this and it used to freak me out (what do you for babysitters? power outages? isn't it a pain to carry your cell all the time?) but now those worries seem pretty trivial and easily handled, and going full-on cell is starting to seem like a very reasonable thing to do. Most people that I talk to frequently call me on my cell, which is turned on 24/7. Dan's corporation pays for his cell and pager services. Why are we still paying for a land line? There is really nothing that it can do that our cells can't. I'm planning to bump my plan up to the next level (it's at the base level now) to give myself more minutes and unlimited text. Dan wants a month or two to get used to the idea, and then I think we're turning off the home phone. This means that you guys can forget about the 360 number.
So, to that end...make sure you have our digits:
Jess' cell: 804-317-6641
Dan's cell: 804-839-1175
I've discovered that when I talk about this, people often assume I want other options. I'm really not interested in Skype and such. The point is to minimize the avenues of voice communication - both to simplify communications, and to simplify the billing process. :)