Tuesday, May 13, 2008

I still love technology...always and forever

Allow me to introduce you to my new best friends: Zeno and Moto Q.

Sure my Mother's Day came a day early, and instead of having Robert with me on the real Mother's Day I was busy corralling my sick kids during an extra long sacrament meeting. (5 minutes over feels like 500 when you have two toddlers) But before my dear husband left for 4 days he gave me my new Moto Q "smart phone". We found an incredible deal with Sprint, it is an employee deal that they opened up to the public, but don't advertise it. (See Robert for more details, he would be delighted to inform anyone and everyone, believe me, it would make his day) It turned out to be a surprisingly good substitute for a husband; I feel protected (Hello 911 while I'm hiding under the covers from a psycho-killer), less lonely (I can connect to the internet, watch videos, text, take pictures, plan my day, take notes and call people, it's like a mini-laptop), and it doesn't snore :). When Robert got his, I thought "I will never need to connect to the internet when I'm not at home"; but then after he had it for a little while I became addicted to it! (And I believe that people thought cell phones were a ridiculous idea, and now we all feel naked if we forget ours at home) Seriously though, it's the coolest thing ever, I highly recommend it. Just go to the Sprint store on 45th, tell them Robert sent you with a nod and a wink and you can get one too :)

Now onto my other friend: Zeno the zit-zapper. When I first heard of this product, I thought it was a gimmick, similar to most infomercial products. But I was browsing through Target, and noticed it on their shelf, with a "Best Beauty Buy" label from Allure magazine. So I decided to investigate. After doing some research online, I discovered that Zeno is loved by most people who have used it. It is on the pricey side, but anyone who suffers from acne (especially as an adult), knows that clear skin is priceless. This little device is a miracle, some zits disappear in a day, and they all seem to get smaller almost immediately. I love it!


If I were a billion-dollar woman I would give these two items out to all of you :)

11 comments:

Mandy said...

Hey Jessica this is your long lost cousin Mandy. Nikole finally started a blog and Heather commented, so I networked through that way to find you all. Your boys and blog is cute and creative. Makes mine look boring, oh well. Blogging is a great way to catch up to long lost friends--and cousins!!

Heather said...

does the Sprint plan last until November? I'm stuck with Verizon until then. Zit zapper, really? I'm intrigued that it would really work. Bring it with you the next time I see you so I can investigate this contraption.

Vintage Dutch Girl said...

Hello, I'll take both please :)

Does the Zeno hurt? I'm SUCH a wimp...

Jessica Jo said...

no it doesn't hurt, it's very warm, almost hot, but not painful :)

Tukuafu's said...

Wow, my girl is techno-savvy. And a zit zapper? Count me in baby! This pregnancy has brought on zits from HE__. I'll be driving myself over to get one today! Love you!

Julia said...

Robert already got to Logan, who then talked my ear off INCESSANTLY until I relented, and as of 11:45am today, he is the proud owner of a MotoQ. I don't think he was even this happy on our wedding day. Thanks for nothing.

Becca said...

Wow, I'm excited about this! We have been wanting to buy a new phone and we also use Sprint.

Kailey said...

Maybe Bob should talk to Josh. The front window of his Razor looks like a Smurf sized baseball smashed into it because he knocked it on the corner of a table. The cracked window is being held together with tape.

Oh, and I wanted to let you know, I read your "Beef with Disney" with my mother-in-law while I was in bed after having baby. I had to explain to her why Woody's name is awkward. Thanks Jess! :-)

Julie Nye said...

I have to say you get pretty awesome Mother's Day presents. I can just imagine what the conversation with Bob would be like about the phone.

Suzanne said...

Yes, I saw you playing with your mothers day present in church on sunday. And no, I don't mean the Zeno.

Bri and Ben said...

Super cool Jessica!

Rylan stealing Beckam"s Pacifier (7 months old)