I probably shouldn’t have even warned them. I should have just rounded them all up, herded them out to the van, and headed on down “to the city” for our family’s first Apple Store experience.
I think a few of them thought we were going to be “discovered”, that this would perhaps be just a stepping stone to our family’s “becoming famous”. You know, like getting our own TV show “like the Duggars!”
I kept thinking, “Oh, dear, I sure hope not…” and then, “Well, if there were cameras rolling around here regularly, I’d probably be more motivated to stay on top of the cleaning that hasn’t been getting done…” ahem.
No, we have not been discovered, and we will not be starring in anything other than the occasional home movie (*mental note* – take more home video!)
But, we did get some local news coverage
Many, MANY, heartfelt thanks to everyone who contributed towards by friend Shannon’s facebook fundraising campaign to get Ian an iPad! We are all so excited for him (and I may be a tad bit jealous ). Yes, it’s an incredibly cool toy, but for Ian, with the incredible apps that are out there, it’s so much more than a toy! It’s a tool that will be so useful in Ian’s rehab process, as he continues to deal with the long-lasting effects of Posterior Fossa Syndrome.