Lets have a guessing game.
Steve has a new job. This is his 3rd week on the job.
Here is a photo he took yesterday while on the job:
No prizes if you are right either! ha ha!
Today? I am going to look for a new camera. I got to use my Mum's new Canon while she was here... and OMG! The difference in picture quality and clarity was gob smacking.
I'm now looking for my own Canon. While I am bamboozled by which one to choose, I think functions and price will determine what one I eventually get.
THIS time I want to make the RIGHT choice. I don't think I have made such good choices in the past somehow. This time I am doing my homework thoroughly before I commit to any one.
What do YOU use, if you have a Canon? What influenced YOUR choice? Does anyone have any helpful advice?
I'm a bit more than a 'Beginner', but not a 'Professional'. So in 'CANON LAND' I'm an 'Enthusiast' Photographer! Sums me up fairly well that does. I'm very enthusiastic about me photography and would like to learn more about how to take A-MAZING photos.
At the moment I'm looking at the ESO 60D or the ESO 7D. Both are similar in price... but I'm not sure about how they stack up in functionality. I think I need to talk to an expert!
The 60D has a pose able viewer... which I'm not too keen on having again. My Panasonic has that and it's not stood up to constant use.
But I am aware that I don't actually have to use it, so the 60D is still in the 'running'.
My Mum has a Canon ESO 600D, which is classed as good for Beginner Digital Camera users. She has not had a Digital Camera before, so she has lots to learn.
NOW... something else... Stew is taking Thursday and Friday off work this week. He needs a break. His job/workplace has been very HECTIC in the past couple of weeks and he just wants to spend some time winding down.
Lacy is having one of the kids on Thursday and the other on Friday, so Stew and I are going to take a little trip down to the Waikato on Thursday.
I've managed to find a fire guard that will fit our fireplace in Te Awamutu... so we shall go and pick it up on Thursday.
We lived in Te Awamutu for a couple of years. It is where we lived when we had Steve in fact. He was the 2nd biggest baby born in the Nursing Home. (he was 10 pound 12 ounces) *OUCH* !
OK... time to get moving. Back to bed I think! It's cold. And if the kids get up they know how to feed themselves! I'm sure I can sleep in a bit longer.
Awesome news about the new baby boy in the Royal Family. Now I can stop checking the news every 5 minutes! lol
Any guesses for his name? I'm picking George.
I got to sleep in until about 9am, that was nice.
NO GUESSES? WHERE THE HELL IS EVERYONE?
I'm feeling .... sad. lol
I'm guessing everyone has better things to do than leave me a comment?
So, I'm going to bugger off. Got Hospice this afternoon... but before that I have to go down to the City Council and pay the yearly fee for the pleasure of having two dogs.
Bye bye $117.00. Rip off if ya ask me.
So... Hospice was fairly quiet today. I managed to bring home half the shop... lol!
I can't show you it all right now cos I'm totally freaking out here.
I got an email from the Fireplace company asking for my payment of $825 for the repair job!
I PAID IT ON THE 15TH OF JULY ... a bank transfer done on the Internet. I. AM. FREAKING. OUT. ... did they not get it? Did it go somewhere else?
See... totally panicking here!
Frig. I hope it is cleared up by tomorrow. I'm not going to get much sleep until it's sorted out. I simply cannot afford to pay that much AGAIN!
I shall NOW go read me other emails/comments.... TAKING DEEP BREATHS...
I am in fits of laughter! NO. Steve is not a 'Secret Spy' and nor is he a 'Sniper' ! You Anons are so funny!!!
Thanks for the laughs.
I will let you all in on his new job description TOMORROW. nah na na na. *evil snigger*
Stew just told me DIET COKE is 31 years old TODAY! Wow I didn't know that.
I've only been drinking it for maybe 15 years. Which means I've missed out on 16 years of drinking it. Booo hooo!
End of Day: well it's been a really good day in all. Lots of treasure to show you tomorrow!
And the evening has been so nice too.