I didn't want it.
Last week I asked S to "fix" my
So, last week, the Adobe Flash Player crashed on said laptop. This is no big deal for me, I hardly watch videos and just need to check Facebook, write blog posts and link to my work computer. The problem was, every time I went to a new website, the error message would appear, check for a fix, then tell me the Flash Player crashed.
I dealt with this for most of the week, then asked for help. S about hit the roof trying to fix the laptop. I was afraid he was going to throw it across the room. I didn't know one person could come up with so many nasty names for a piece of equipment. He easily fixed the problem, then declared that I needed a Mac.
S is the giver in our marriage. He's the impractical spender, the kids' favorite parent. I suggested waiting until my birthday or Christmas for my new toy. I even demanded it. I don't like change, and using a Mac is different than a PC. The stupid mousepad thing operates in a secret language I have yet to master. I am afraid to attempt to link a photo to this post...I'll figure out where the photos are on my Mac another day...
In running news, I didn't run long yesterday. My right ankle is still bothering me, I wasn't up in Sherwood to run with Maureen and I was cranky because I had chores to do. Is that enough excuses?
I have a few bloggy friends that are nursing injuries. I keep reminding them that cutting back/giving your body time to heal is what they need to do. So, I'm taking a dose of my own advice and
Plan for the Week
Tuesday: Arm weights/Spin 45
Thursday: Spin 45
Friday: 4 Miles
Saturday: 10 miles
Sunday: Virtual 5k for Harlie (link HERE)
My next race weekend (Delaware and New Jersey!) is three weeks away, so this is the perfect week to dial it back a bit.
Question: Do you prefer a Mac or PC? Any Mac tips/shortcuts/advice you can give me is appreciated.