Time (and cellular minutes) is money

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Apparently, a 50-percent divorce rate isn’t high enough for the cellular telephone industry. No, they’ve given otherwise loving couples yet one more thing to squabble over: shared minutes.
Plan. Mr. Wonderful and I share pillows, parenting, bad dogs and good cats between us and do so with equanimity and love, if I do say so myself.
Shared cellular minutes, however, could be the reason we cry uncle and say “Can this relationship – or at the very least our bank balance – be saved?”
In theory, shared minutes or “family” plans sound great. Who wouldn’t want to get extra minutes and a second cellular phone number for one low-low price?
And yet, once you get past the advertisements showing happy families

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Kymberly Foster Seabolt lives in rural Appalachia with the always popular Mr. Wonderful, two small dogs, one large cat, two wandering goats, and a growing extended family.

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