It's easy to feel like things always go wrong, or often go wrong, or go wrong a good amount of the time.
I figure it's partly because of that special bias we have for noticing certain things. When things go right, well, that's normal life. When things go wrong, it's like, "#@%%*! My life sucks!"
So I just wanted to pause and record something that went right today.
On my way home I got caught in the craziest more torrential rainstorm I think I've ever seen. True madness. I had to walk 1.5 blocks and it was like I'd been dipped in a swimming pool head to toe.
My main fear was for my laptop. I mean, if I were really dipped in a pool, the laptop wouldn't be doing so good.
I had only recently stopped a kind of minimal laptop-protection system, involving a snap-on plastic case and a flimsy backpack, in favor of a sturdier laptop-protection system, involving a lovely Tucano slim case inside a flimsy backpack.
When I got home, the moment of truth:
The computer was completely dry!
Score one huge point for the forces of order, planning, and good luck in the universe. It's not all chaos all the time.
And since the Tucano case did such an awesome job, here's a photo. You can buy it at the Apple Store here, should you want to share my good fortune.
Like the rest of us, it's cuter in person, but you get the idea.