I remember over 20 years ago when we got our first cell phone. It was actually as big as a desk phone only in a bag that you plugged into your cigerette lighter in the pickup. I thought, wow, we are so important to have a cell phone. Jay loved to talk on the phone and it was an important piece of equipment. Over the years the phones got smaller and more necessary. He used his all the time. I, on the other hand didn't really need one until much later. Most of the time mine was in my purse and only used when I wanted to contact someone, not so much for business. During harvest time Jay would have his phone clipped to the neck of his sweatshirt so that he would always be able to hear it ring. With the helicopter, bailer and elevators going it was noisy and you couldn't miss a call. My phone was always with me but I didn't always need it. Now with Jay not here and harvest upon us, I carry my phone and his. They both ring often and I must be able to hear them. Every night I plug them in so that they are charged and ready to go. Years ago the kids showed us how to program ring tones so that the person calling you would be identified by a certain song playing instead of a ring tone. So , when Jay would call my phone it would play "I just called to say I love you." Now sometimes I use his phone to call my phone just to hear it ring. On his phone is actually his voice answering his voicemail. Sometimes I call his phone just to hear his voice. Then I can leave him a message. "I just called to say I love you."