|"Pointer finger as both a gusher and mouse".|
Photo courtesy of my iPad
I have an old macbook pro (which I know I don’t utilize to it’s fullest potential, but I digress) and I love my iphone - Even though it’s old and I need a new one, and once I figure out how to save the voicemails from my late mom I will.
BTW, any advice on that subject would be greatly appreciated!
And speaking of #macaslegalcrack, I recently purchased an iPad instead of a new laptop for both economical and portability reasons.
On the diabetes side of things, I test my blood sugars at least ten times a day, and for some reason I mostly use my left hand (and I’m left handed, so go figure) to test my blood sugars.
All my fingertips on both hands are calloused beyond belief. And alas gentle diabetesalicious reader, my dream of being a Hand Model (KIDDING) is pretty much shot to shit.
Now back to the iPad and iPhone. As much as I LOVE them, I not very good when it comes to the cutting and pasting of links, etc on those products. If truth be told, I SUCK when it comes to touchscreen cutting and pasting on those two products. For some reason I can never “grab” the words, sentences and links I want and it makes something that should be so easy - SO FRUSTRATING.
So because my brain thinks about diabetes A LOT, I started to wonder if my calloused/freckled fingertips had anything to do with my lack of touchscreen cutting and pasting skillz.
So am I crazy?
Ok, let’s take a beat and rephrase that: Am I silly to think that my lack of coordination in the touchscreen command department is somehow related to my calloused fingertips?
And has anyone else in the DOC experienced this phenomenon regarding touchscreens and the ability to "grab" or is just part of the wonderfulness of being me??
|"See my point?"|
Photo courtesy of my ipad