Re: Wrong number
Wrong numbers can be interesting in other ways too... Our number in Bethel, if you transposed the last 2 numbers, was the number of a woman, whose elderly mother kept transposing them and calling us. It was harmless, although at times frustrating, but we never let it bother us because she was nice, and apologetic...
One morning at 1:00 am she called. Was sick, and trying to get her daughter. She hung up, and in a few minutes got our number again. So when she hung up, I called her daughter. When I explained who I was and what was going on, the daughter thought I was calling because I was upset, but, I was concerned about the lady, as she was calling at that time. Daughter hung up and called her mom. I called the daughter the next day and checked on her, and she was in the hospital. Had to stay in the hospital a couple of weeks. We got calls from the lady for almost a year before she eventually moved in with the daughter.. She was nice, kinda like talking to my grandmother.