Rose and Jason Stanberg, both in their 80s, still live in a home filled with old technology, especially their phone.
After getting into a spat over a few prank calls, Jason leaves the house to fetch the newspaper which they still have delivered.
Rose is alerted when Jason screams for help from outside, and she finds her husband lying injured in on the ice.
Juan, their neighbor, rushes over to help, inquiring about what is wrong with their phone as he had been the one calling to warn of the snow.
The two old lovebirds realize it’s time to move into the twenty-first century.
But the thing that really drags it down a little is the dialgouge. Remember, every line should always be either moving the plot forward or defining character. I think there are some parts that could be trimmed...
Suggestion: Old-fashion phone is non-descriptive based on the age of the reader. Maybe – Rotary-dial phone would nail dow...