Friday Afternoon Confessional: Non-Deathtrap
I confess that the winter weather is starting to get to me. I confess that I was apparently too aggressive in shoveling my walk, because it quickly turned into a horrifying deathtrap of ice — I was only able to survive because of my long experience walking to school in all imaginable weather conditions as a child. I confess that as I am typing this, I am watching with terror as it begins to snow afresh, literally an hour after I finally managed to clear enough of the ice from my walk to make it into a non-deathtrap.
I confess that this past weekend, I made two major purchases: a new winter coat and a netbook. The winter coat is long overdue, as my previous one was worn out beyond belief and made me look like I was either 12 years old or about to go skiing. Now I am part of the adult world even when it’s snowing. The netbook is for travel purposes, because my primary laptop is much too bulky to lug around constantly. I confess that I almost had a heart attack due to the frustration involved in getting my netbook and laptop to have “permission” to talk to each other over the wireless and transfer files, but I did finally get everything set up and now my computing life is more beautiful than any of you can imagine.
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