If You Were My iPod…

If you were my iPod….. 

-Your silver body would miss the red iSkin which cannot be used when I use the receiver for my Nike + tennis shoes.

– You would be amused that you get to come to zumba and work with the chip in my shoe to count our calories and miles while we work out.
 
-You’d be floppin back and forth as you hung around my neck on the iSkin string that came with the red cover that I bought at the Apple Store at the Mall of America as I did my workout at the Y.
 
-You’d know just how much I sweat and swipe when I’m doing my cardio workout at the Y.
 
-You’d see me look down at your screen everytime a new song was coming on, so I could see what song was going to play next.
 
-You’d have 263 songs  from a vast array of artists. Everything from Color Me Badd, Michael Jackson, George Strait, Leona Lewis, BeBe Winans, One Accord, After 7, Janet Jackson, Third Day, Mariah Carey, Brooks and Dunn, John Michael Montgomery, SWV, Tony Rich Project, Alanis Morrisette, Blackstreet, Kutless, TLC, Sandi Patty, Brandon Heath, Blake Lewis, David Archuleta and Carrie Underwood. (See, I told you it was vast!)
 
-You’d love sitting atop the player/charger in the living room instead of stuffed inside of the case in my purse.
 
-You would love being used everyday.
 
-You’d play fast songs while I was at the Y, because it’s much better to exercise to a fast song than a slow one.

– You would know that the last song I downloaded was “While I’m Waiting” by John Waller.
 
-You would not like being stuck in my laptop overnight to charge while the rest of us slept the night away.
 
-You and my water bottle would be great friends because you travel together when we go to the Y.
 
-You would be amused that sometimes I listen to you while I run the sweeper.
 
-You’d hear me huff about those tiny little earphones that I have yet to figure out how to properly place in my ears.
 
-You’d know that I *heart* you and appreciate McDaddy picking out the Nano as opposed to the cute, but screenless Shuffle.
 
-You’d be hanging out in my laptop charging as I wrote this blog.

-You would smile knowing I have listened to you a lot this week, especially since losing my dear friend, Jon.
 
-You’d be glad you were associated with such a cool gal as myself. Even when I’m not so cool. And stinky.

Comments

  1. says

    My MP3 player thinks I’m really weird…I have it loaded with all of my Andrew Peterson CDs and all of my 11 year old’s TobyMac CDs. 😉