Monday, May 25, 2009

You can probably expect fewer updates

Yesterday, we went into San Francisco on BART. We took a cable car to Fisherman's Wharf. After lunch, we walked around the area. Ashlyn and I rode a carousel. We then took the train home. Where I LOST MY CAMERA!!!!

We could buy a new camera, except I just bought an expensive sewing machine!! Ack.

10 comments:

The Dunns said...

Oh no! That's awful. I suppose there's always a chance someone will find it and turn it in. Gonna miss those pictures.

Katie said...

Oh no no no no no no nooooooooooooo. That is AWFUL! I would have to return the sewing machine and get a new one! :) But I don't sew....so...

Angie said...

Already crossed my mind, Katie, but the sewing machine is not returnable. Not that I wouldn't want the sewing machine, but I can live without it longer than my camera.

sara said...

Oh no! Not good! I will keep my fingers crossed that it will somehow find its way home.

Harrisongranny said...

ohmygosh, Angie....I am so sorry! That camera wasn't cheap, either...and I agree that I'd take the sewing machine back. Too bad it isn't returnable...

Good grief.

Natalie said...

Oh no! Do you have a smaller camera to "sit in" for the time being??

Smitty 1, 2 and 3 said...

Shit! I say, start sewing and start selling (maybe on etsy or something). I will buy my apron from you (wink, wink). I think you could turn this lemon into lemonaid.

It does suck though. How about I cuss again... SHIT, shit, shit!!!!

If I had an old camera to lone you, I would.

Myrtle said...

Sorry about your camera. I have a Canon SLR film camera if you want it. On the travel channel I saw a program about a big flea market near San Jose. Have you been yet??

KimS said...

WOE!

Can I suggest a dirt-cheap Canon Powershot that might keep you in photos until your budget recovers?

Check out the A590IS. Techtoysforless.com has it for $93.68, shipped. It's a great little camera. I bought one from walmart recently and am super happy with it.

Anonymous said...

Angie, there is a real chance that some good person found the camera and turned it in to lost and found and all you need is a description, and what train you were on etc.maybe you have the serial number recorded somewhere? Check the properties of a picture you took with the camera, It's worth a try! Love, Bob/Dad/Pawpaw