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the return of the flied
July 23, 2004

So, since everyone knows I'm a big lazy butt, and I haven't been in the writing mood all week (read: so! little! time!), I'm just going to post a picture for all to enjoy of the view that awaits me at the litteral pinnacle of my morning walk (read: hike).

I also (finally!) purchased an iPod today (the new 20gig iPod in non-girly snow white), then promptly cancelled it. When I was going through the order process, I was rushing, not reading anything along the way, because if I didn't buy that iPod now, then I would probably never get one, because they don't actually exist until I have one in my hands! So, when I go back to see what I actually bought, I realized that apple.com is giving free customized engraving on the new iPods, and being one that doesn' pass up an offer (also being greedy and wanting something cute engraved into my iPod for! free!), I called them to see if I could get it done after placing my order. Of course, I couldn't, so they had to cancel my order so I could start over from scratch. Therefore, I've been clicking the refresh button all day on the stupid order status screen to see when the order is finally completely cancelled so I can start over. Which had better happen darned soon, as it's absolutely necessary that I get this iPod ASAP. Because I'm impatient like that.


Hey there should be more pics on this web site

Posted by: auntie su at July 24, 2004 9:39 AM

hm. now YOU are part of the iPod bandwagon too. hm.

should i join?

Posted by: j-a at July 26, 2004 6:49 AM

All must become one with the iPod. And just an update: they never cancelled my order, so I'm getting the iPod on Wednesday without the etching on the back. So, whatever - I can get that done anywhere, I guess. Hmph.

Posted by: devlyn at July 26, 2004 3:14 PM

Nice pic. From the thumbnail I thought you were hiking in a pasture.

Posted by: Auntie Sarah at July 26, 2004 10:30 PM

haha... no, but it's close. i mean, i do live in a somewhat urban area.

Posted by: devlyn at July 26, 2004 11:29 PM