Last night I bought a USB to PS2 adapter for my computer keyboard that has been shorting out. I was in a hurry when I bought it and failed to realize that it was more of a PS2 to USB adapter. Caleb took the car this morning but not the adapter so I rode my bike the 10.1 miles in hopes of an exchange. What I got was utter disappointment. My computer is old and they don’t make that part anymore, and even if they did it wouldn’t be compatible with Windows 7.
I sat out in the sun and let myself bum it for a bit. I was sad and was looking forward to the picture I would take of my new adapter for today’s post. Now instead, I have drawn a picture for your viewing pleasure. This means it is time for me to upgrade. I was hoping that I would be able to wait until after the move but it seems the computer has it determined differently.
The whole day wasn’t a waste though. I was able to conquer two steep hills on my bike, but the down-side was all the exhaust that conquered me on the return trip. I was surprised to see how much of my route actually had a bike lane and how well I handled lane changes and such in traffic that didn’t. Bummer too though that I didn’t see much to catch my camera’s eye. It seems as fate would have it you are stuck with my personal drawing. Caleb has just ordered the adapter online and it should be here within a week, hopefully I can manage until then.