Never toss your camera to someone. Cameras tend to break when the hit the ceiling. And the floor. Yeah, I'm not the best tosser-of-cameras.
I try to look on the bright side of things so a broken camera, to me, was an opportunity to take advantage of new technology. (At least that's the spin I put on it in talking to my husband. Who was none too happy about the broken LCD in the camera).
But now the new camera has arrived and the picure at the left of Lily is one of the first pictures I've taken.
Technology advances rapidly. Our old camera – about 7 years old – had 5 megapixels and 3x zoom. The new camera has 10 megapixels and 5x zoom. And lots of new features – I have no idea what they do. I'll spend the weekend (and then some!) trying out all the cool stuff.
So there will probably be lots of new pictures – good ones if I can figure out how to operate the camera. Or not so good if I can't!
Ha! That picture looks just like Buddy. He’s always laying on the end of the couch in the evenings. My family walked in while I was reading this and even asked if it was Buddy! Take care of that camera!