I don't think Suzette liked it very much. At one point she asked me, "Is this when we drink the Kool-Aid?" I guess she wasn't much for the om-ing.
After class I felt great. Saturday, I woke up with a headache just felt sore all over. I'm guessing that the yoga class did one or any of the following: unleashed demons in my body or I used muscles I hadn't really been using at all or maybe just in new ways.
Saturday night we went out to get a new all-in-one printer. All was going well until I hit the same problem I've been having with my computer for several months but hadn't gotten around to fixing: I'm an asshole and I have forgotten my system administration password.
That's the password that lets you install new programs, update software, and install printer drivers onto your machine.
I knew the hard way to fix it: backup everything and reinstall the operating system.
I kept hoping for a different option. After some tantrum throwing and poodle shoving, Jeffrey decided it was time to call Keith who, although is a doctor, also is some kind of weird Apple savant.
Keith agreed I had to reinstall the operating system. Damnit!
So I burned everything on my desktop to discs just in case, and started the process.
After hours of uploading all the things I needed to after the install, I now have a machine that is doing everything I could ever hope my machine would do, except make coffee.
Maybe Keith can develop a hack for that ...
This is an uber-awesome day, folks.
Now where is that bottle of Advil ...