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#349255 07/10/09 12:55 AM
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needed a new mouse for my new laptop (its a small thin laptop so only one USB port, thus was looking for a wireless mouse (one less thing to plug in)).

apple sells a wireless mouse that they call "mighty mouse". it felt ok in my hand initially, so i bought it:

http://www.apple.com/mightymouse/

for anyone with small hands and problems with their hands (tendonitis, etc), this mouse seems to be a good option, in its size, shape, and flatness.

most computer mice are too big for my hands and really flare them, but so far, really like this one. not bothering my hands at all the way most mice do.

sue

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Thanks for the post Sue!! Mice bother my wrists a lot. Nothing we can't handle though!!

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Sue22 #349257 07/10/09 03:13 AM
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Hey!
When I saw the subject, I thought this post was going to be about me.

Grrrrooooowwwwlllll!

Karen


I cannot make the universe obey me. I cannot make other people conform to my own whims and fancies. I cannot make even my own body obey me.

Thomas Merton



Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul - and sings the tunes without the words - and never stops at all.

Emily Dickinson


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but i got you to pop in and say hey!
so it looks like i hit on a good title

sue

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i mostly use a mouse because i forget and use my thumbs on the touchpad no matter how much i try to train myself otherwise. and which mouse i use makes a huge difference. as you said, nothing we can't handle.....now.

but i had dq tendonitis so badly for a while i was really worried about not being able to continue my work. there was a period of time when my husband was even doing some typing for me. a cortisone shot did help but it was a long road back. i just don't want to go back there again, but fortunately things are much better now, so long as i'm mindful.

sue

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The title attracted me, but I don't use a mac. However, I like Mookie's picture by your name. I don't think you have feathers, so it must be MOokie. Thought I saw a different one yesterday....has it changed more than 2 times?

For Karen, 'MOUSE' would have been in caps...<grin>


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very observant. wonder how many people have noticed the changing avatar. trying to decide which one i like the best. maybe we can have a contest? let everyone vote, that might be fun

stay tuned for a new one tomorrow.

and yes, that is mookie, another excellent observation, the only feathers i wear are the ones from mookie that hitchhike on my clothing.

sue

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HI Sue,
I Noticed.
The post had me wondering back in my mind to the days when, as a teenager, I would help shell ear corn for the neighbors. I don't know how many times a big old mouse would run up the inside of someones' pant leg and get stuck at about belt height!!!!
You have a choice, scream like a girl, punch the day lights out of the little bump wiggling on your body, or drop your pants! ...no matter what as a teenager I was on the ground laughing until the tears came!!!!!
Being the manly man I am, I screamed until my mom would come and hold my hand...


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back into place by HIM.
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just love the responses "mighty mouse" is prompting!

sue

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Sue, your mouse probably won't run up your pants leg, hopefully. LOL. I liked the previous pic of Mookie...showed his(?) plummage better.

(The word "plummage" reminds me of the 'dead parrot' sketch on Monty Python. Glad that Mookie is alive and well.)


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