New Yorker Cartoon by SHANAHAN
Just what happens at Grandma’s house — ask my grandkids!
It’s a pure love, although not without its stresses —
The last time I saw you your nose wasn’t that long.
You think? To me, this is what they call a “speaking likeness”!
I saw a sign in a store that said, “Love me, love my MAC” – a play, I guess, on love me love my dog/cat/kid etc. It’s pretty much how I feel, too. I strayed once (to a Dell. DON’T tell) and couldn’t get back to a MAC quickly enough! Now iHappy. 🙂
I can’t believe I never heard that before, it’s fantastic!
Thanks, Pauline 😀
I never heard it before either – I think I might have made it up this very morning…
I told one of the Creatives at the Apple Store this morning; he thought it was GREAT. Me too.
I’ve been a Mac girl since 1989 – am I dating myself? It was love at first mouse click!
You saw your true love and never wavered —
Shameful to recount (sshh) I turned my nose up at the clunky desk Macintosh when I worked at Fordham at Lincoln Center in the early ’80s, and didn’t see the light for a decade for more —
* red-faced *
I can’t believe I took so long to get one but good things come to those who wait, long enough! Do you let the grandchildren use yours?
Eeeeek, I’m embarrassed to admit that I don’t really like anyone else to use it. I really LOVE my Mac.
But my grandchildren are all computer-savvy and really know their way around, so — outside of the 3-year-old — there’d be no harm. It’s just me being possessive —
I’m in luck because my husband also has a Mac and a much more generous heart than mine!!!!
* blush *
I share your sense of possession, albeit without the grandchildren who sound like so much fun!
Grandchildren are tons of fun plus, unlike children, at some point they go home.
I must be the odd grandmother out – I wish my grandchildren never had to go home!
Your grandchildren probably wish the same thing, that they never had to go home! You are one fun grandmother —
From one Mac lover to another–awesome post!
It’s kind of like belonging to a sorority or a fraternity — we recognize each other and feel a bond!
Another Steve Jobs accomplishment —
Maybe you’d like this longer post from my other blog, a tribute to the father of the Apple:
Many thanks for visiting and commenting, I really appreciate it.
I totally agree! Happy to meet another Mac user 🙂
A mark of discernment!
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