Doesn't have quite the same ring (pun definitely intended) as "The Call", does it? Because of the holiday, my agency has asked families expecting referrals tomorrow if they'd prefer a call or an email. If they need to call, the actual Fed-Ex packages won't be mailed in time for delivery to all families before the long weekend. If they send emails with all the same information and the scanned photos, they can get the packages in the mail tomorrow for delivery on Friday.
Since I live in the same city as my agency headquarters, I can pick my information up and not have to wait on the Fed-Ex delivery, so I'm deferring to what the rest of the group prefers.
But I have to say I've daydreamed about "The Call" for a year now and the mental shift to "The Email" is going to be a hard one.
And now I feel really silly about the cell phone charging. (Right. Like I didn't before.)