Having my computer back and not getting a USB overage error every two seconds. Many thanks to Technology Revealed, an authorized Apple service provider right here in Milford, for fixing my baby! They are a great store that honors your Apple Care and aren't trying to sell you anything, unlike the Apple Store "Geniuses" who told me there was nothing wrong with my computer. One new logic board, about a $900 repair which was completely covered, and I'm back up and running. So glad I purchased the extended warranty on this puppy.
Oh, yeah, I have Indiana Jones icons on my desktop. I totally rule.
It seems fitting that my computer is once again rebelling against me; error indeed! I haven't posted in a while because I've had a lot of personal things going on. I'm conflicted on sharing too much of my personal life here, because I plan on linking the blog to my website soon. I don't think potential customers need to hear any sob stories; then again, they might feel more of a connection to me if I share things. I haven't decided what I'm going to do yet.
So I'm going to try something a little different for the rest of the month. I'm going to be posting some images without any explanation. Maybe by October I'll be out of my funk.
The 2nd Annual Swing for Remedy is ON! This Saturday, September 3 from 8 am to 4 pm at Kettlebell Daily, 4 Ocean Ave in West Haven.
If you know me, you know I workout with kettlebells. If you've ever been interested in learning how to do some of the basic exercises, now is your chance. Trainer Steve is teaching lessons Saturday for just a $10 donation! I can't tell you what an amazing deal this is, and how great of a workout you'll get.
Trainer Steve, RKC
Aside from Kettlebell Swing Lessons for a $10 donation, there will be 15 minute massages for a $10 donation and Jim Napolitano of Nappy's Puppets will be putting on 2 shadow puppet shows, 10 am and 12 noon, for a $5/child or $10/family of 4 donation.
ABOUT REMEDY: Founded in 1991 by William H. Rosenblatt, MD, Professor of Anesthesiology at Yale University School of Medicine, REMEDY is a group of health care professionals and others promoting the nationwide practice of recovery of exposed-but-unused surgical supplies. The end goal of our mission is to provide international medical relief while reducing solid medical waste from US hospitals.
To date REMEDY has assisted hundreds of hospitals around the country in program implementation and the identification of potential recipient charities. REMEDY relies on the expertise of these U.S. based agencies to distribute these materials abroad in the most efficient and useful manner. For more information, visit: http://www.remedyinc.org.
I hope to see you on Saturday! I'll be taking some pictures, swinging some bells and cashing in on those massages!