I confess ever since the digital camera era, I’ve had numerous cameras. Hmmmmmmm: Say 12?
I confess the worst part of it is that I have had that many, not because I’m always looking for the best and most improved one out there in the market, but because they get destroyed by little hands or end up in the water.
Yes you heard me well.
I confess the nicest cameras I’ve had have all ended up while out of town on a vacation in the water.
Camera #3 ended up as we went overboard in the Boise river. Let me just remind you nobody EVER goes overboard in the mild currents of this river except some funky Colombian family. Below last picture taken with that camera what seemed like a looooong time ago. Wet lens is already visible but I would have rather had a wet lens than having to wave good by to it as it floated in “evil” waters.
I confess I don’t learn my lesson and it happened again and the habit continued on after this and throughout the years.
I confess it happened again during my vacation to Aruba within hours of arriving to our destination. Which meant 9 days without a camera of my own.
Below last picture of a happy gal with her friend enjoying some fresh, right out of the tree, mango juice at sunset with tropical music playing in the background. Little did I know what was about to happen…you can guess…
I confess I’m freaking out because I don’t know how to keep up this blog without a camera and I don’t know how to keep up with life without documenting my moments. How much longer am I supposed to live on borrowed cameras or borrowed photography skills???
I miss my camera!
I confess I actually understand Amor when he tells me he will not pay for another camera for me..never…NUNCA!!
Heard about my cell phone problem? Well, that one is about the same, the difference is that instead of 12 times, you can double that and double that again. I’m stuck with a cheap phone because from his part that’s all he will risk on me.
But that’s another story that will go on another confessional.
I confess I’d like some sympathy and hopefully hear from others that I’m not the only one.
I confess I think the tooth fairy should swap jobs and instead of visiting my children should come as the camera fairy to visit ME.
If you care about me don’t ever let me borrow your camera. If you love me help me get one anyway for I am more than just a girl who doesn’t get along with her camera.