Earlier this week, my laptop stopped working.
The battery was so fried that when it was plugged in, the charger would try to charge the battery and the laptop would just shut off because it couldn’t hold *any* charge.
I know, I know, I could’ve just bought a new battery and a new charger.
But seriously, this was The Nerd’s old, hand-me-down laptop that I *hated.*
That’s another story for another time.
I’ve been *dying* for a bright, shiny new Macbook for a long, long time.
So, after much begging and arguing and denying and, finally, submission, The Nerd agreed that we could get a MacBook Pro.
Isn’t it pretty?
In the story, he kept saying, “But if we get a Mac, I’ll never use it.”
My response? “That’s *exactly* why I want one!”
It’s so small and light — I love it!
And it’s perfect for blogging, with iMovie and GarageBand and everything.
I’m going to have a blast with it!
On the way home, The Nerd kept muttering about how we now own *four* Apple devices and that violates his ethical code.
If he has a problem with it, he can get rid of his iPhone.