The first four items on my weekend to-do list
- Clean the bathrooms.
- Vacuum bugs in the guest bedroom.
- Put finishing touches on speech for next week.
- Make apple pies for church camp scholarship auction.
were a snap to finish. In fact iWas so pleased with my skill and efficiency, my mom would have warned me not to break my arm while patting myself on the back had she been here to do so.
Then, iTackled the last two items on the list
- Research iCloud.
- Research iPad 3.
Two paragraphs into the first online article, iWondered if it was written in a foreign language. The article was peppered with phrases like like
oleophobic scratch-proof glass,
blazing LTE hotspot.
iDidn’t understand any of them. My iCloud and iPad research made one thing perfectly clear. When it comes to technology, iFeel
iN need of an iNterpreter.
So tomorrow, off to the Apple Store iGo where, hopefully, a perky iGenius in a bright, blue T shirt will refrain from laughter while answering my iCloud questions, respond with kindness when a blank look is my response to his answers, and exhibit great patience while conducting my iPad tutorial. iN short, iNeed an Apple Store iGenius who can do the iMpossible. iNeed an Apple Store iGenius who can make me feel
iDiotic when navigating the
Otherwise, iAm coming home to unwire my iUniverse and launch an apple pie baking business iNstead. Like my mother always said after she warned me about breaking my leg by patting myself on the back -
iF you can’t conquer ‘em, cook ‘em.