I don’t know how he did it. Probably the constant nagging and bragging about Apple products mixed in with the total frustration of my Samsung laptop. But I am now the proud owner of an iPad pro. And I’m loving it.
I bought the keyboard attachment to help me keep the feel of a laptop, and I’ve had no regrets. It’s just so intuitive and so easy to work with. And I can’t believe I waited this long to make the change.
Chip will be taking over the Samsung. Hopefully he’ll have a little more patience with it than I did. He plans to restore it to factory mode, so I worked endlessly to transfer all my pictures to my iPad. If you know of an easier way, don’t share it with me now. The only way I could figure it out was to transfer each one individually, a very painstaking feat.
Doing so further proved to me that I work so much easier with the iPad. I found myself touching the screen on the laptop and getting frustrated that it wasn’t reacting to my touch… Until I remembered I was supposed to use the mouse. Once all my pics were transferred, I pulled them up on my iPad and was shocked. They were all categorized by date, and labeled with the time and PLACE where I took them. It’s a little freaky, in fact. Any pics taken inside my house were labeled with my street address and city. And graduation pics were labeled with the high school name and address. Saved me a lot of time, but I was freaked out.
Anyway, it’s been a good move and I would strongly recommend it.
And as promised, I have some pics from a few puzzles that I’ve finished this winter. Working on these while sipping on a glass of Brandy to keep my insides warm has been a great way to get me through the long winter days I have off from work. Very therapeutic.
This was a Christmas gift from Mario. She’s so good about finding gifts that are spot on but still within her high school budget. Love it!
This kitty puzzle was one of my favorites.
The Jesus puzzle came to me as a joke. Hubby had gone Christmas shopping in our basement, which was funny in itself (and proof we are still storing way too much stuff) and came across this Jesus puzzle – likely handed down to us by one of our parents or grandparents. He didn’t think I’d really put it together. It was probably the most challenging puzzle so far, so I really enjoyed it.
So hard to be aggravated with Gracie when she picks on Tiger or wakes us up early with her crying. Look at her. She enjoys my puzzles as much as I do. This one is a pic of the United States. A 2000 piece puzzle. My biggest one yet and will likely get me through the rest of winter.