Normally, I'm the one to go for the little gadgets and such. Like the PDA. I bought a PDA a little while back. The Wife was not impressed. True, she uses it more than I do, but only to play Bubble Breaker or Sudoku or some such.
The TiVo was my idea, too. It records her two soaps every day. And a bunch of John Wayne westerns for her, too. But she again thought it was a bad idea. Even though she wanted to make sure that when the year-long contract was up, we kept the service. And we have.
A laptop computer was my idea. She was a little bit warmer to that idea than most, but still, there was some hesitancy about it.
Well, I think things have changed.
Guess who has an iPod?
No, not me.
The Wife does.
True, it's the little iPod Shuffle. The real small, brushed aluminum one that can clip on to a sleeve ... or, ahem, a strap ... and be out of sight.
Yes, she has a pretty pink iPod Shuffle. And so far, she's only put 214 songs on it. No, that's not a made-up number. That's the number of songs on her playlist that she Autofills from. iPod people will know what I'm talking about.
I'm starting to feel a little like Kevin McCarthy.
Because I want one now.