I’m a Mac.
Right now, I’m in a sort of Mac-lovers delirium. I broke out the plastic yesterday and ordered a new Macbook Pro 13″ and now I’m waiting for delivery. It’s Christmas in August!
The Macbook Pro replaces the almost five-year-old Macbook I’m typing on right now. I’ve loved this Macbook. It’s white and it’s cute and it’s tough.
I’ve taken it all over the country. It’s seen the inside of overhead bins and cargo holds and been drug around airports inside roller luggage with little thudy wheels. I’ve tossed it on my car seat and taken it to work, lugged it around the house, and spent lots of hours with it on the sofa. It’s followed me on vacations and even done duty at the hospital when my mother was sick. It’s had a full computer life.
But, even though it’s earned it, the Macbook is not retiring. My husband says he wants it. That means it’s back to the overhead bins and luggage holds for my little white machine.
I also have an iPad that I take to work. It’s the best thing I’ve found for reading the huge number of bills we vote on every session. It fits in my purse and travels from committee meetings to the House floor to my office and home again without straining my back.
These aren’t my only Apple gadgets, but you get the picture.
I’m a Mac.
Which are you? Do you compose your blogs on a Mac, PC, iPad or Something Else?
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