If a blogger’s laptop dies,
she’s going to cry into her coffee.
After she cries into her coffee, she’s going to want a quick solution.
When she drops it off to be fixed, she’ll make sure her tablet is charged. Then she’ll log onto Facebook and Twitter and vent to all her friends.
Her friends will be supportive, but that won’t help her get her work done. So she’ll quickly check her email to make sure no deadlines are missed.
All her clients will be emailed and she might start to relax, but then her WordPress page won’t open without a big black box.
It’ll take her at least two hours to write one little post, and her kids will then start screaming so she’ll have to just log off.
After everyone’s calmed down, she’ll play five games of Memory, then she’ll go to check her iPhone and see she’s missed a call.
She’ll then call back the computer place, and they’ll give a cost estimate, which will make her husband choke and say he’ll just do it, no big deal.
Then five days will go by an life will get in the way, and the laptop will still be dead.
And we all know, if a blogger’s laptop dies, she’s going to cry into her coffee.