Duh, whining!


Sorry, just need to whine for a moment. And yes, that’s whine with an “h” not wine. Though I’d much rather be doing that.

My laptop caught a virus last night and I’m currently in the process of learning what caused my precious child to get sick. It’s sad how attached I am to my computer. But I really felt like a concerned mother when the screen turned bright blue and the word ALERT started popping up in red all over like it was chickenpox on a preschooler.

I’m putting the health of my baby in the hands of some very competent doctors know as Best Buy’s Geek Squad. I’m sure they’ll make her better in no time and give her a special booster shot to try and prevent this from happening again.

Not without a hefty price tag, of course.

Unfortunately Best Buy doesn’t take Cigna. And last I checked, I can’t list an electronic device as a dependent. Wouldn’t it be great if you only had to fork over a co-pay when your computer needs a check up?

Anyway, I digress….

I will get through this. Really I feel bad because I have a delicious soup recipe to share with you. But it will have to wait until Baby Toshiba gets a clean bill of health.

Well, I think I’m done whining and will now move onto wine-ing. Because I definitely could use a glass after all this. Thanks for listening. 🙂

Gallo’s Sauvignon Blanc is waiting for me back home. It was on a huge markdown at the store this week. It’s light, refreshing, and very easy to drink. Which may be a dangerous thing for me after all my anxiety today.

So here’s a toast to all you geeks  tonight and for the work that you do. It is very much appreciated.


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