Once Handsome lost his Blackberry, and since he could not live without it, he bought another. I did find the lost one next to a black seat runner in my Jeep. Black and black blend together. LOL. The old one became mine, and I fell in love.
The ability of the Blackberry to be utilized with a portable keyboard for taking notes was a godsend. I typed away, set the Blackberry in its cradle, and synced with my computer. Definitely easier than writing tons of notes. And I type faster than write.
Out of Love
As Blackberry fell out of favor, I had to buy an iPhone. I went with a small version because it fit into a handbag easier. I lamented the demise of the notetaking ability I had with the Blackberry. I tried using an iPad but wasn’t in love. I tried my computer but wasn’t in love. Just too darn heavy to carry at a convention, too. I wanted a set-up like my Blackberry.
One day, I perused the web and found Bluetooth keyboards for an iPhone. I ordered two. I never did get the folded one to work. The other worked perfectlly. I carried my phone and keyboard to meetings and typed away in the Notes feature. Forwarded the class notes to my computer. Beautiful.
And then, the beloved Bluetooth keyboard stopped working. New batteries? Did not help. Gosh, darn. Now what?
Back to the web, where I found a keyboard that plugs into the iPhone. No more messing with the batteries. I’ve been testing this configuration all week, and it works great. I’m pretty sure I’m in love again.
Have you ever used a tool that is near irreplaceable?
“Jonson doesn’t comprehend the concept. Not with a small part”—with a mischievous grin, I crooked my little finger—“like his.”
Behind her hand, Tracey snickered for a moment, then grew somber. “And how would you know his man part size, sister dear?”
“Why, sister dear, you told me.”
“So I did.”
-I laughed. I wondered. Then I laughed some more. Every page of Temporarily Out of Luck delivers a satisfying story and heartfelt humor. Don’t miss this great read!
-I loved it! It was a very entertaining and a fast read that kept me engaged throughout. The pacing was perfect. My only complaint is now I’m craving M&Ms and enchiladas. And donuts. And wedding cake.