To iMac Apple With Love
From K & D with Hugs and Kisses
note: this is my 3rd entry for the www.todayonline.com's Test Drive A Mac. My granddaughters' photos are not uploaded here.
I am a grand mom and I am proud of it. Who can’t be proud if your grandchildren are as loveable as my Kyllenne and Darrielle? Forgive me I love my own.
What is so sad is that they are not with me. They are miles away from me and are staying there atWilliamsburg with their Mom and Dad.
How can I show them my love and care? Simple. I wrote them children’s stories through my web log. They enjoyed hearing children stories as written by me and are read to them by my daughter, their Mom. Those stories on my blog made us closer as if we are not miles away. These past weeks, I’ve never composed one and I felt uneasy.
My iMac G5 17-inch widescreen computer as if feeling the sadness inside me, seduced me once more to explore the Mac Windows. I found out how easy it was to type documents. It was a breeze to open new documents, save them and place them on the desktop’s screen. I just dragged the whole document and presto, I was able to paste it. No more right click, double click that I used to do. Using the safari, I was able to display on the screen all the windows I need for copying and pasting. And whenever I need a window I’ll just click the safari icon and it will go back to the screen in full text. Whenever I need to set it aside, I just click an icon and presto like a wind folding it go back down to the icons corner down the screen. Imagine, I was able to composed two stories for them. Thank goodness, I was able to post those stories on time for my daughter to visit my blog and read those stories to her twin daughters.
Though my granddaughters cannot talk yet, they wish to say this from the bottom of their hearts;
“ Dear Grand Mom’s iMac,
Yipeee! We have new stories again. She typed them real easy and posted on time. Thank you.
Here’s hugs and kisses for you. Ummm!
Love you too,
Kyllenne and Darrielle