If you are a Mac owner, you know that your computer is more than just a computer. Heck you don't even call it your "computer" or "laptop" you call it your "Mac" or "Macbook," (and even in some cases your baby, ahem). You feel your Mac is like an extension of yourself. You never thought you could love an inanimate object until you owned a Mac.
Well, I am feeling a little less than whole at the moment because after 2.5 years of ownership I have had my *first* ever problem with my Macbook Pro. And when I say first ever, I mean it, I haven't even had minor problems like freezing or programs quitting unexpectedly with my Mac. For those of you who have owned an IBM or Dell or any other Window's based computer; you know that not having even a minor glitch in 2.5 years is like a miracle. I mean being victim of viruses and minor software glitches is almost a stardard daily thing in the Window's world. But I digress...
Anyway, my optical drive died mid upgrade to Snow Leopard; so the upgrade disk is stuck in the drive. Thankfully, I have Apple-Care and parts and labor for replacing the drive are FREE (for those of you that don't know apple-care is a 3 year complete warranty on your Mac for the cost of $300). Well let me tell you, the cost of replacing the drive and the service would be WELL over that $300. Plus they are upgrading my RAM and doing a "once-over" check on my Mac to make sure everything is up to par. That's what I call service.
So my Macbook has been in the Mac hospital since last Friday and due to my work schedule I am not able to pick it up until this Friday. Ughh! I am seriously having withdrawls! Plus, I had a killer weekend in Seattle and want to post a picture-filled blog post about it...but I can't upload the pictures from my camera without my Mac. Bummer.