Our computer is over seven years old. It is a relic. We are completely unconcerned with being on the cutting edge of technology, but this computer issue is starting to be a real drag. I mean “drag” in the literal sense, as I’m not sure if I’m lacking gigs or bytes or rams or what, but my little machine, like some of the rest of us, has lost speed and style over the last seven years. They tell me the memory is maxed out. I can completely relate.
Now that the boys are older, and now that I love to blog and work with digital photos, it seems there is always a crowd clamoring for time on the relic. It just may be time to consider an upgrade. We have visited the idea before, only to dismiss it a short while into the conversation. This is partly because we can’t get excited about parting with a penny…or thousands of them. A short while ago we got the dreaded “blue screen of death”. We lived to tell about it. I’m not sure what Buzzard did, but he brought the relic back to life. The experience caused us to wonder; are we on borrowed time? Or was it a fluke? Computers make me so nervous.
Another glitch in our PC progress seems to be a slight difference of opinion in how to proceed. I’m not sure what Buzzard’s problem is. I think I’ve been extraordinarily accommodating. I told him he could pick any computer in the whole wide world he wanted to….as long as it has a piece of fruit on it. He did not concur.
So, what’s your pleasure? PC? Or Mac?? It appears the great debate is ON. Turns out, "cuter" isn't a compelling argument in the purchase of a machine bound to see us through the next decade, so I need to beef up my arguments in favor of fruit. I'm thinking something along the lines of...
An apple a day
keeps potential PC viruses away