December 8, 2011

Camera





I dropped my new camera at work.

After I swore for about five minutes in front of the little old ladies then apologized, I shelved the books that had been marked, called the geezer with my broken heart, and took the camera to the repair shop where the other one is waiting for parts. I pleaded Christmas gift. They moved it ahead of all the others in the shop, and if it is fixable, it will be ready Tuesday.

I have to believe it is repairable.

12 comments:

  1. Me, too!

    And I'm sure you didn't really shock those little old ladies. (this coming from a woman who unfortunately can swear like a sailor.)

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  2. Ugh.. I sure hope so. Fingers crossed that all will be well.

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  3. So sorry, I'm hoping for a happy ending. I know a few good word arrangements myself but am trying to behave with six small girls about me.

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  4. Word arrangements indeed. Some things just deserve word arrangements.

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  5. Butter fingers! Don't you have a strap for the camera? It's a must!

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  6. I hope the camera will live.....
    Congratulations on the new underpinnings...I hope they last for a few years. I bought 3 new ones last Spring and saved one of them for just in case" I can't find more in time.
    Poor Capt., she often gets her meal forgotten in the course of an evening.

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  7. I hope your camera is okay. That would be a tough loss! The photo of the rose is gorgeous!

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  8. Been remiss for a few days, and will be for a few more as I finish this darn paper. Sad to hear about your camera. May it be repairable. I drop stuff all the time. Awful.

    I like yesterday's rose best. Lovely.
    Dianne

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  9. So so sorry! DAmn! I do not use either my small CAnon or my good DSLR without a neck strap...really, ever!

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  10. Oh that is not a good way to start a day. I hope it is fixable. Yes, I think a strap on a camera is a good thing. I just hate to wear one around my neck. I sat on my camera. It was fixed, but never the same.

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  11. Oh yikes! I'm so sorry! That is depressing. I hope they can fix it. I do always use my straps just because I have such butter fingers. These rose photos of you are amazing!

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