Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Losing things

I bought a great new camera that has been taking the pictures for this blog for the past three months.  It is lost.  I cannot remember the last time I had it, but it would have been fairly recent.  Thank goodness I upload my pictures frequently, so if it never shows up again, at least the pictures are safely copied to my hard drive - except of course for the last few pics I took.  I wish I could remember what they were.  It might give me a clue.

I will have to lose something else in order to find it.  My Nourishing Traditions book has been lost for a couple of months.  I found it tonight while looking for the camera.

So I will need to lose something else that is equally as important, and when I am trying to find it, there will be the camera - I hope.

Tonight's picture was taken with my old camera.  It isn't dark because of any fault of the camera.  It is that it is late, and the light isn't very good in the greenhouse.  It is after 10:00 pm and I just got in the house.  Both Androo and Allen helped me tonight.  Even with their help, there is still a long way to go.

1 comment:

  1. That is a true theory you have there. If you lose something, you may need to lose something else to be able to find both. Even it may sound funny, Losing things can be really annoying sometimes. Imagine you had the best photos in your camera and lost them because you forgot where the camera was.
    It is not a nice feeling, I hope you find it!