It wasn’t that bad a day for me personally. It was a bit disquieting though towards the end.

Took my Mac to Apple shop this morning, as it has’t been able to finish burning DVDs lately. Also, the screen got scratched during 9000 miles. And the keyboard surround has split when the lid makes contact.

All will be replaced free of charge next week. It’ll only take them a couple of hours – they’ll fix it in-store.

(Name me a UK Windows vendor that will do that…)

Following that a bit of work for CILASS, a meeting with a tutor, then Japan Soc’s Tandem Learning. I guess I should start to think about adapting to the circumstances: *Twinkle*s here, and that’s a fact. It does throw me though.

Tonight I needed to make a few phone calls, write a couple of emails, and now it’s bedtime. I feel somewhat frustrated that I haven’t studied all that much today.

It’s at times like this that I just have to tell myself, “It does’t matter”. Because, ultimately, it doesn’t. None of it.

I gave all my love, and I am loved. That’s all that matters.

That and the fact that Apple agreed to fix my Mac for free.

3 Responses

  1. Since your comment on fb, I’ve been wondering why I don’t have a mac, since I can remember wanting one since my the third year of my first degree, back in Hull (I have this fraction of a memory of walking into one of the Union cafés, and a guy was demonstrating Apple Macs, and I wanted one!).
    Ah well, if my little brother needs a laptop, I may offer him mine, and then feel justified in what’s at the moment a totally unjustifiiable buy…

  2. What do you mean by adjusting to the circumstances that Twinkle’s here? Sorry if I’m being a bit dense, but the only implications I can think of are completely contrary to expectation…