Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Ringtones for a weeping eye

My poor left eye is not doing nearly as well as my right eye after its cataract removal last week. I have a post-op with the doctor tomorrow so we'll see but I'm not too worried. The results are still within what he has explained are "normal" even though at the moment it feels like there's a stick jammed into the side of my eye. Last week was simple, in and out, but today I came home with a terrible headache and a blood shot eye oozing rubbery pus and surrounded by dried blood. Sorry for the gory details. I just report. So, I spent the afternoon downloading ringtones for my phone. I got some cool ones, a couple which I will share with you in hope of making up for the gory details I have inflicted you with. I'd post more but zedge.net is currently too busy to access. Sci-fi Creepy is one of my all-time favorites. My daughter has had it on her phone for a couple of years and I was delighted to finally stumble across it this afternoon.


Get this on your phone | Make your own free ringtones


Get this on your phone | Make your own free ringtones

6 comments:

Roy said...

I like both tones. Thanks for sharing. I might have to alternate them.

I'm sorry about your eye. Heal quickly!

asha said...

Whatever you do, don't go to Zedge.net. I spent an entire day down that rabbit hole chasing ringtones.

Thanks. The eye is already doing better.

Roy said...

Well, I finally got one of the tones to appear as a choice in my iPhone. I'm not sure what is supposed to be so "intuitive" about a device whose name is spelled with the second letter capitalized, rather than the first. Not intuitive--a harbinger, no doubt, of things to come. I should have seen that coming.

I will assiduously avoid a foray into Zedge.net.

I'm glad to hear that now you have one good eye, and can see out of the other!

asha said...

Congratulations. I applaud your dicipline. Enjoy your new ringtone. And yes. Got to be careful about where those caps are placed. For example, take a straight forward name such as... rOy.

Roy said...

This is rOy, and this is rOy's iPhone. And this is rOy's iPhone word-correcting his diaphanous eyelet Macedonian fluorescence. What the hell, that's exactly what I wanted to say.

Word verification: Sciefei nducere, which is Spanish for something that induces a desire to write about time travel.

asha said...

Thanks, rOy. You are pARTicularly lUcid this mOrning.

Sciefei nducere is it? I've been looking for that word for a lOng time.