Inconvienient, Not Problematic

    I’ve never, ever, ever had a hard drive fail on me.  In fact, a little while back, I was able to resurrect my "dead" iPod by unplugging the drive and plugging it back in.  So far, works fine — knock on wood.  So, like I said, I’ve never had a hard drive fail.
    Until yesterday.

    Not really the best week for such shenanigans (thanks for the countdown , y’all), but in the midst of real world struggles and frustrations, I keep reminding myself that it’s only an inconvenience.  Not a problem.  In fact, pretty much every issue that I’ve got at school and at home falls into the former category.  Thanks to Robert Fulghum for helping me to realize the difference:

If you break your neck, if you have nothing to eat,
if your house is on fire, then you got a problem. Everything else is
inconvenience.
 

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