This is my new extra-soft, extra-long, extra-pretty baby alpaca scarf knitted for me by my mother in law, Donna. It is so warm that I had to unzip the head-to-toe parka after walking to the train this morning. This is great, seeing as it will be a high of 5 degrees this Thursday, and we are under a blizzard warning as I type this. *Sad face.* I wore the scarf all day at the office, since I am lucky enough to sit by a window…which is beautiful, but cold.
Something very sad is happening to my little point and shoot camera. It is dying. The flash is done. And my favorite setting, macro focus, is on the fritz. It is also physically cracking in half. Little camera’s days are limited. Don’t tell the little guy, but I am secretly excited for it to break so I can get a digital SLR.
I would love to have a better camera that I have more control over. The daily pictures of happiness would look much happier, as my brother pointed out today. If you are ever thinking about buying new technology, but suffer from indecisiveness or guilt, call Jordan. He will point you in the right direction and make you feel like you need the best of the best. And then he will cheer when you hit the “add to cart” button.