In January 2017, I got an appointment with a neurologist, who was in charge of my neurological tests.
She’d been waiting for months for an appointment to schedule her own neurologist appointments, and she’d been looking for a way to schedule an appointment that didn’t involve a doctor’s visit.
So I suggested a new app called the app appointment scheduling software, or a smartphone app.
She liked the idea, so she started using it.
Soon after, she and I had our first phone call.
I’m not kidding.
My phone’s a phone.
I have a computer in my lap, so my brain is literally right on my lap.
This is how I have phone calls.
If I wanted to text a friend, I could do it on my phone.
But I was already using the app to get phone calls with people.
My mom, who is my closest confidant, calls my sister-in-law and my brother-in the Navy.
I’ve had two calls in the past week, but I’ve only had two people ring me up on the phone.
It’s just been incredible.
But when I’m in the car and I have to go somewhere, I have trouble remembering what time it is.
I also have to be quick with the texts because they get deleted.
So instead, I always send a quick email.
I try to text them as soon as possible.
When I want to talk to someone, I ask them for a call, but if I have any doubts, I’ll just go straight to the phone and try again.
The app is a great tool for making calls, but it’s also a great way to do things like schedule appointments.
This article was originally published in January 2017.