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Friday, December 4, 2009

Our Inspiron Lappy

My husband gave me this Dell laptop when we first met almost 7 years ago. When we relocated here, it got damaged and some of the keys in the keyboard aren't working anymore. The sad part is, the moving company never process our claim. I am kinda sad and at the same time upset because this is very sentimental to me and it got ruined. Oh well, I can't complain too much. This laptop was the one that kept our communication when I was still in the Philippines waiting for my papers to get done. I'll probably keep it this forever as a lasting remembrance of our journey.

25 comments:

  1. i think you should really keep this one mommy rose..it will serve as a reminder of the years that has past..

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  2. hello, Rose, wow dami mo opps ah :-)

    dropping my ec and saying have a nice day!

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  3. honga sistah...keepsake! sabi ko sayo bili ka ng bago..para may remembrance ka sa blogging mo..hehheh!

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  4. so, it can't be fix? or change item? if you got insurance with an item they will change it brand new

    learn about that from a friend here, her fridge just stop working due to old age, 8 years old, then, she called the company and they change it brand new....can't believe it really

    in PI, insurance is famous for people and house... not thing such as cellphone and fridge

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  5. PS.... This is a repost, we're so busy here...

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  6. yup! without the latest technology, I wonder where we are? (^_^)

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  7. Yes this kind of technology really bless us with so many things...Thanks for coming by...

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  8. An excellent choice for the theme. Even if it is broke it has sentimental value. Have a great weekend

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  9. One thing about technology... it doesn't last forever, does it?

    My Photo Hunt is up! Have a great weekend.

    Mrs. Mecomber
    New York Traveler.net

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  10. That's a shame it was damaged. I'm the same way about keeping things for sentimental value.

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  11. That is the trouble with technology, it often needs replacing for one reason or another.

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  12. Aw -- that's too bad it got messed up. What a neat reminder of that time in your life.

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  13. Wow mommy rose may sentimental value pala tong laptop na ito...keep mo nalang.

    Mine is here PhotoHunt~ATM

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  14. This is certainly one of the most ubiquitous reminders of the movement of technology. The way technology moves this will be a museum piece in 5 years LOL.

    Thanks for dropping by my site.

    Scott

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  15. My human has a sentimental laptop too - hers is a Macbook from the mid 1990s! Of course, it doesn't work, either. Not even as a cat-warmer.

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  16. oh, this is a sweet post. too bad your "senti" lappy didn't get fixed.

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  17. it's too bad that it can't be fixed anymore. perhaps, you can try to get it fixed here in PI when you get home. happy PH!

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  18. Oh, that would be sad that it isn't working anymore.

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  19. Nice post for technology. Too bad it was ruined but at least it will bring you memories and this way you will get to buy a shiny new computer. Thanks for stopping by to check out my photohunt post.

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  20. wow, that notebook laste 7 years? :D well like they said its a keepsake now....keep it!

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  21. hehhehe....dalaw lang me dito sis....:) hope to hear from you when you get back here in the US....:)

    have a safe trip...miss you manang ko..mwah!

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  22. Hay your so sweet. yung laptop na gamit ko noon habang chat kami ni hubby (get to know stage) wala na eh. damaged na talaga forgot na kung saan naitabi.

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  23. As an expat I can really understand the importance of technology and keeping in touch of your loved ones. 4 days after getting married my husband left for a new job overseas and couldn't join him for 6 months. I don't know I would have survived without a computer!

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  24. As an expat I can really understand the importance of technology and keeping in touch of your loved ones. 4 days after getting married my husband left for a new job overseas and couldn't join him for 6 months. I don't know I would have survived without a computer!

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  25. Yes, me sentimental value na nga yang lap top sa inyo ni John. You can keep it for the memories it evokes. Dyan yata kayo nakapagcommunicate ni John nuong una pa man. I'm sure maaayos pa yan sa Pinas at pwedeng magamit ni Rylie at later on ni EJ. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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