Spotted on the Bondi to Coogee walk
Do you know that feeling when the servers go down and you can't seem to find the IT guy anywhere? Or when your Outlook decides to freeze on you and you can't even check when or where your next meeting is? If you haven't, it's a bit like hell froze, or the markets collapsed, only at a much much smaller scale.
And that's the kind of feeling I had when my MacBook decided not to start about two months ago. Macs don't do that. So I hoped it'd be the charger, it wasn't. And I had to send it to be repaired. Two months later, I'm finally back online. And it couldn't have been on a better moment.
Receiving a Mac for your birthday, is an awesome present. Receiving YOUR own Mac after waiting for it for two months, when you almost thought you'd never see it again, is just priceless as the ad rings.
I've you've completely lost me during this time, you'll also like to hear I moved again, and I find myself enjoying the wonderful weather and beaches of Sydney and hope to do that for quite a bit longer. To hear all about my travels from Peru to Sydney via Barcelona, don't miss out on coming posts.
As always, thanks for reading; It's so good to be back!