Then last summer our laptop battery died and it was going to cost $150 to replace it. Since the laptop was about 8 years old and weighed 30lbs, we decided to just buy a new one. We planned to spend about $500 to buy a new laptop . . . . Our new found love of the iphone, ipod touch, and ipod helped convince us that Apple technology is just smarter. . . so we joined the Mac family again with a macbook. So much for that $500 laptop.
Two days after Matt fell in love with his macbook, he decided that when we replaced our desktop, it would be with a Mac. I didn't comment. Our desktop is only a few years old, so we wouldn't be crossing that bridge for a while.
But, a few days ago Matt came home from work and said "I want to buy a new BWM this summer." I explained that the BMW he has is perfectly fine and we are NOT going to buy a new one this summer.
But, since we were talking about "wants" I said "I want a Mac." This is the point where he should have said "you have a desktop that works perfectly fine and we are not buying an iMac " but he didn't, instead he said "OK."
And today, he brought me home my very own really cool iMac. I still have no idea how to use it. Since I am fluent in M*&^oso&t and speak very little Mac, it is going to take some time to adjust, but learning the new language will be worth it. Yep, I'm a Mac.
An Apple a Day keeps the virus away!