I never thought I would see the day. Just as I thought I would never drive a minivan, I have found myself 100% converted to Apple. How exactly did this happen??
My gateway to Apple was the iPod, I don’t even remember when I got my first one, but I went through several. Then it was the iPhone. After using a few Motorolas and Droid phones, I found myself with a brand spankin’ new iPhone—and I was completely in love.
After two years of using the iPhone, I moved on to the iPad. I feared that the iPad would seem redundant, since I was already using an iPhone. I was so wrong—I use my iPad ALL the time. It’s so convenient for keeping up with my schedules, reading, responding to emails, and watching shows and movies.
The last step of my conversion was giving up my lifelong relationship with the PC. The last laptop I bought was a budget Dell Inspiron, and while it has functioned okay for about two years, it is now on its last legs. Had I read some more reviews about this model, I probably would have purchased something else. Hindsight is always 20/20!
Since this laptop is about to crap the bed, I finally broke down and invested in a MacBook Air. I know I won’t be disappointed, and I cannot wait for it to arrive! It’s like Christmas all over again!
Running related: I didn’t run yesterday, but went the day before for about 3 miles. One thing that has bothered me more and more as of late is symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD)—sounds so sexy doesn’t it? It’s basically pain right on your pubic bone that occurs during pregnancy.
Not so psyched that I feel it now and have 17 weeks to go. I had it with C, but not until later. I read that a support belt can help, so I am going to go ahead and buy one.
I am going to try and keep running slowly, as long as it doesn’t increase the pain.