Tuesday, February 16, 2016

I'll Never Let Go Mac, I'll Never Let Go

^Vino in North Beach.
 
There's a lot of good things going on in life right now. Most notably is my current love affair with San Francisco. Perhaps it's the fact that I'm feeling like it's officially HOME now or perhaps it's the fact that it's been about 85 GD degrees outside in February and my little Northwest heart is just confused and believes it's May. But no matter the reason, the city itself has been doing me right lately. Seriously. I have so many posts coming of things that we have done and the real star of them all has nothing to do with me and everything to do with this city. This amazingly fun, gorgeous, eclectic, culturally significant, vibrant city. I love it. Just you wait and see.

But that leads me to the downside ... in the words of Cher, "my Mac is like totally buggin'" and on the fritz. So it has to go to Applecare starting on Wednesday (just stopped working YESTERDAY after getting all my pictures for my posts ready to deploy on Sunday- how grr is that?). Pretty sure since I got my very first personal laptop in 2003, you will find little else that I dislike being separated from more. My laptop is my lifeline and the source of all my creative musings and the two of us have a whole process for when I'm posting blogs. Extremely hard for me to go a few days without it. But really, I'll be fine. Don't you worry [eye twitching].

Til' then, I'm gonna try to do some Plan B posts.

Praise to the city and prayers for a speedy recovery of my very favorite fruit, my Apple.

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10 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

haha nothing worse than when the laptop is on the fritz. And it usually costs more to fix that damn thing then it would to buy a cheap new one. Always good to have a plan b too.

Ashley @ The Wandering Weekenders said...

There really is nothing worse than having computer troubles! My husband can normally fix most problems, but sometimes he can't and it freaks me out! Hopefully it'll be fixed super quick! San Fran is seriously so gorgeous, and I'm so jealous of all the fun activities you've been doing there lately! I can't wait to hear all about them!

SMD @ lifeaccordingtosteph said...

Godspeed my friend. Godspeed. May the days go quickly.

Marie said...

Oh no, that is the worst when your computer starts acting up. Hope it gets fix soon.

Amanda - Voyage of the MeeMee said...

OH THE HUMANITY! I can't imagine being without my laptop for more than 24 hours, lol

Emily said...

Oh gosh my macbook crashed last year and i was so upset. Thankfully i have a work laptop that filled the void for a bit. I seriously can't wait to read about all of your SF posts because I'm pretty sure I didn't see half of the city and you know how much i love San Fran!

Kate at Green Fashionista said...

So glad you've been falling in love with your amazing city, and that it feels like home. Sorry to hear about your laptop though, the same thing happened to me last year and the struggle was certainly for real. Hoping it gets fixed quick <3
Green Fashionista

Laura Darling said...

That is a tragedy!! I hope things are back up and running soon. I have an HP computer but if it broke I'd feel like I was missing a limb! Also, super jealous of your 85 degree temps! Can you send a few this way?

Jaclyn said...

I hope your mac has a speedy recovery!! Those apple workers do some amazing work though so no worries. :)

Kristen @ See You In A Porridge said...

oh no! hope it is better soon.
when i first read Cher, i thought of you know, the other Cher. hahahaa. I was like I don't remember her saying that. lol.