My second digital camera was a Canon Elph S200. I got it about 5 years ago (picture below).
Anyway, the LCD screen on the back of the camera stopped working last summer right before I went to Sweden, so 78 and I decided to buy a new camera… While cleaning out some old crap the other day, I came across the old dead camera and decided to do some research on how I could fix it.
Turns out the camera has a recall on the defectave screen, so Canon would fix it for no cost. I was so thrilled at the idea of having a camera for the summer that I was doing back flips… I sent it in about a week ago, and have been flipping out with excitement to get it back… so as I was opening the box this afternoon, I felt like a child on Christmas morning… The shocking thing was what I found inside…
A brand new, state of the art Canon SD630 ELPH. It was like trading in a broken down Honda Civic for a brand-new BMW, at no cost to you and not knowing that you had the beamer till you sat down to drive it.
I know that most of you will not give a shit or know the difference between one camera or the other… But in a strange Karmic way, I am so happy about it that it makes me want to cry. Like it is a sign from the heavens… Thank you world, I really needed the win.
One of the funny things that we do at work is have a dry-erase board drawing-of-the-week. Last week, “Creepy” Steve (who is not really all that creepy) decided to draw the back of my head… It stated out good until he decided to turn me into a donkey with an eye on the back of my head!
Thought of the day
“If you want to make peace, you don’t talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies.”
So I changed the look of the site to this becase apparently “the ladies” were getting too HOT over seeing my bare shoulder… I know you will miss it (maybe not)!
BIG two year BLOG anniversary is coming up. I am brainstorming something fun… Any ideas?
The American Legion “old-timers” baseball game is on the second of June… I am (of course) going back and hope to repeat my performance from last year… More on this later.