Sometimes you just need to escape from the seriousness of reality and take pleasure in life's simple things, like by partaking in this sweet clip of my favorite UST musician playing cello with her string quartet. And not only am I pumped about hearing this beautifully performed piece by these highly talented musicians, but I'm also feeling super high-tech watching this whole thing live-streamed via facebook on the big-screen TV in the comfort of my living room.
We really should do this kind of thing more often.
Nothing can be more exciting than a week involving Salon Pampering, right? So yes, that is the plan, including fresh highlights and a stylish haircut on my upcoming itinerary. But first is an interview with #Apple, a company in which I should own plenty of stock based on all of the devices purchased for myself and family over the past few decades.
Just think, I might be your next Genius Bar Guru... *stay tuned!*
Update 9/24/18: After doing more research on Apple's hiring process and reading this in particular, I decided to "go in another direction" instead. Salon Pampering is still on, though.
Let's just say I got all cocky yesterday by thinking I could pull off a macOS High Sierra upgrade within minutes of leaving my office for the night, a decision that left me with the title of this blog post. Yes, upon restarting my MacBook Pro after the failed upgrade, there it was:
A Big Fat Flashing Question Mark
So I got schooled today on how to recover from a botched last-minute-upgrade attempt and must share these words of wisdom to save you from the pain I experienced:
You are welcome.
Now that Alexa has officially moved into my house, I am having all kinds of fun telling Echo Dot to share the following skills:
I am Brenda Swenson and sometimes I blog.