It turns out the word "okay" is really quite relative and the closer it got to the big "exchange day" (my bucket of money for a 400lb beast of a machine), the more freaked out I was getting about becoming friends with the computer.
But, everyone knows Big Sisters never show their weakness to Little Sisters, so one day I told my sister about this absolutely amazing, uber-fantastic and fabulous business I was going to start. I went on about this exciting new machinery and all the super cool things I would be able to do with it.
It just so happens that my little sister, Kari, is a whiz with computers - it's like a big puzzle to her, and she just won't stop until she gets all the pieces together. Kari is also on my speed dial (which she had to set up for me) for all my personal catastrophes, and happened to be looking into business options herself . . . heh heh heh . . . see what's coming???
"I wanna play with this cool new machine of yours, too!" she unknowingly says . . . So I replied . . . "Come into my parlor (said the spider to the fly) . . . "