The day was only half over and she had only begun to shop. The boutique shops on the upper-side of town always held little-known gems so they were the best places to if you wanted to find a unique piece.
Her phone rang while she made her way to her car. It had rung a couple times before she reached the car and pulled out her phone and looked at the number. Problem was, the phone was new and her contact list had not finished syncing yet. Did she know this number? With a shrug she answered. “Hello?”
“Hello?” Came the voice on the other end. “Is that how it is now? Hello?”
She knew who it was now, and she scoffed as she opened the car and put her bags in all the while expertly balancing her phone. “And what if it is?” That was her retort.
“I see, you got jokes.”
“What’s that? New phone, who this?” And she pulled the phone away and laughed as she hung up. Click. They’d call back and, if they didn’t, well, she had shopping to do.
:.:UNICORN::. / BACKDROP San Francisco