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Why I Need A Laptop

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My blog is really suffering from neglect.  I don't mean for it to, its just that while Miss Baby doesn't actually make it so I have no free time, she does make it so Michael and I can't both lock ourselves in the office all night and use the computers.  I also can't lock myself in the craft room for hours either, so perhaps I have less free time than I thought and was just deceiving myself by the amount of television I still watch...  Does TV time = Free time, or do you have to be free to do what you want to for it to be free time?  Such deep questions I ponder :)

Anyways, if I had a laptop, I could blog AND be with the baby at the same time.  I know this because I am perfectly able to use my smartphone, its just typing an entire blog post on my smartphone would be tedious.  And full of glaring typos if my texts are any indication of my typing abilities on my phone.

Sadly, laptops cost money.  Despite they current trends, I don't want a tablet AT ALL.  A bigger version of my phone would not help with blogging at all.  I need a physical keyboard, because my main point in getting a laptop would be to blog, not just waste more of my life searching google for random things I think about.  As much as I hate the idea of a netbook, I think that is what I will end up with, because they are cheaper, and they can't run the Sims 3 so I won't have to worry about spending my days living vicariously through imaginary people on my computer.

Since getting any sort of computer is a bit beyond my means for the time being, I am working on a schedule that (hopefully) will keep my house cleaner and my blog updated. 


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