The Camera Has Died

Look, I know digital cameras have been around for a long time now, but I still can’t get used to them. I used to develop photos. Now I take them and leave them to languish on memory cards or upload a select few to the internet.

So why has the death of my digital camera been such a hardship for me, when I hardly use it??

I’ll tell you why. I keep doing things — decluttering drawers, doing fun home school projects, visiting the local Renaissance fair — and I want to tell you all about them. But I feel stuck without photos. Let’s try an example:

Dear reader, I just decluttered another kitchen drawer. It used to look like this: (use your imagination). Now it looks like this: (again with the imagination). Here’s a picture of everything I found that was worth donating: (insert imagination).

See? I can’t really blog without my photos. It doesn’t really work. I may need a fundraiser here. Meanwhile, I hope you’ll stick with me for my witty writing style. 🙂

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About Heidi

I'm a pastor's wife, striving to live generously. I'm also a homeschooling, gardening, knitting, cooking, reading mom.
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One Response to The Camera Has Died

  1. Ken Drees says:

    I have never found a phone photo to be quite good enough for actual photography, but would it serve your blog on an interim basis?

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