My ancient MacBook has crashed so I’m blogging from my iPad. This is no easy task. I’ve attempted at least 5 posts but they’ve all been eaten by the Internet. I just can’t figure out technology. Nor do I really care to. I am not a blogger. Bloggers love technology. They know how to post entries full of interesting details and pictures. That’s just not my style.
However, today I finally decided to take my camera with me on my 2 mile trail run. I decided I would blog about something interesting and share the pictures that go along with it. Unfortunately fate is not on my side. I’ve been busy living life lately. I’ve been away from home and forgot to plug my MacBook into the charger. The battery died and now I can’t get it to turn on no matter what I do. Oh well. My trail run pictures will have to wait until my computer is fixed. I’m not even going to attempt to figure out how to use my iPad beyond what’s functional.
This week has been full of fun events and I haven’t even cared to blog about them. Any normal blogger would share all the details about friends and family. My friends and family don’t even know I blog. But it’s just as well since I’m not a blogger. I was busy eating BBQ ribs, swimming in a pool, sitting around a firepit singing Wheezer songs, cruising on a boat in King Harbor, seeing a taping of the Conan show, and lounging around my boyfriend’s place. None of this was captured on camera. And I’m glad. I’m sharing these moments with the people who were there. Not with the blog world. But slowly I am trying to become a blogger. One day I will share special moments with strangers, post pictures of what I ate for breakfast, and tell my friends and family that I write a blog. But that day is not today. Especially now that my MacBook is dead.