First of all, Happy Birthday to my Dad!!!!!!
“Buy cheap, regret later.” Every. single. time. I wanted to buy a small voice recorder so I could more easily do observations of the children at school. Usually I jot stuff down and then re-write it later, but I really, really hate writing by hand. Especially twice. So I looked online for a cheap, small voice recorder. Overstock.com had one for the sweet price of $20! Yippee!!! Yeah, no.
Sure, it’s small, but it’s not as small as I thought it would be. I really wanted something that looked like a necklace pendant so it would always be close at
hand neck. This thing is too big for that, plus it’s an MP3 player, which I absolutely don’t need, plus you have to push a long combination of buttons to actually record anything. I need something tiny that can stay on all the time, has a rechargable battery, and one button for record/don’t record. Oh, and costs twenty bucks.
(I went looking on the spy sites, and they have awesome things for heaps of cash. One of Lloyd’s classmates and his wife work for insurance companies to spy on people committing insurance fraud. That should SO be my job!! I have a very strong sense of