Tuesday, December 1, 2009


I have a confession to make. Today I started seeing someone and his name is Billy. We're having a little One to One. In fact, we're planning to meet again next week and maybe even the week after that. Never mind that I had to pay $99 to have a little One to One. You might think I took that whole BACK BURNER thing my mama taught me a little bit too seriously. But you'd be wrong. You see, I told my husband. We're in a real open relationship like that. He doesn't mind if I call Billy my Mac Man. Cause you wouldn't believe what Billy is teaching me!! You better watch out, world, because my Mac Man is going to teach me how to use this Mac like never before!!

**For those of you who are confused by this post, One to One is a fabulous service that the Apple Store provides. You buy a membership for $99 for one year, and it allows you to come in as often as possible for one hour help sessions with your desktop or laptop. You can learn anything from how the operating system works, to how to store photos, make movies, or create music. Today I just worked on deleting things from my very full hard drive! Once you go Mac, you'll never go back!


Kellie said...

Hey! The elves are old elves that used to hang on our "friend" tree! I snagged them up last year before I decorated it, and thankfully my children are young enough that they didn't know the difference! I will say they are a lot cuter than the scrawny ones!

Travelbug Mom said...

SO AWESOME. I "inherited" my MAC from my college son when he NEEDED the notebook. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it. i used Macs before in the 1980's but was forced to go PC by the rest of the world. I am so glad you told me about this service.....it is exactly what I need right now. Thanks again.

Beth Dunn said...

Cute story! xoxo


bevysblog said...

So funny! That Billy sounds like an amazing guy... don't do anything to make him mad so he won't take your calls! LOL

Miss Wendy said...

I have heard great things about the services Mac stores provide.
Sadly we did go Mac and went back to the PC. We had a terrible experience with an IBook that had know manufacturing defects. Maybe someday we will go back to the Mac.