A Lesson I Don’t Want to Learn

So…my camera broke yesterday. It was sad. Turns out, it doesn’t end so well if I fall directly on it. It does still take pictures but the view screen is busted. Which means I have to hold the camera up to my face to take a picture. This isn’t necessarily a hardship but it’s definitely not as convenient. Plus, without the screen it’s almost impossible to change the settings and that’s a pain. But I guess I know what to ask for for my birthday. And Christmas. And my birthday next year.

I’d love to upgrade to a DSLR and have been wanting to for some time. I’d do it in a heartbeat if they weren’t so expensive but it looks like I’ll be stuck with a busted-up point-and-shooter for a little longer.

In the end though, it’s just a thing. And while things are nice to have and they can make our life easier and more enjoyable, they are not what our life consists of. I guess this is a lesson I need to keep learning.

I was able to use my camera last night to take some pictures out on the boat while Peter and his dad fished.

We also picked more of these delicious guys!

We found a spot where blackberries pretty much reigned supreme.

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