Happy Blogmas day two!
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This is the part where I stare at the blank screen and realize I did nothing festive today.
Or nothing at all.
I did my devotional this morning in an agonizing frustration of distraction. The problem was I went to Best Buy yesterday, and I wanted everything.
I want a convertible laptop. One of those that’s a tablet, but you can click it into a keyboard and it’s a laptop too.
But mostly, I’ve been obsessing over cameras.
If you’re a camera junkie, I think I’ve narrowed it down to the Sony a5000 or the Canon Powershot s110. I want one in white, but I’ve been told it’s impractical. Thoughts?
Currently, I’m using a Canon PowerShot S3 15. (Who comes up with these model names?)
It’s a hefty baby, and I take pictures like these by placing it on top of a CD stand (does anyone my age remember CDs?), setting the ten second timer, backing away, squinting at the little screen to make sure I’m centered, and holding a pose as I wait the last five seconds for the picture to take.
I’m not ungrateful for the camera or the laptop that I have. They do the job. And they do it very well, I’m proud of my work.
I’m just wondering if there’s a less painful way of doing things.
Enough about cameras now. (However, if you do have advice on the topic it would be greatly appreciated.)
Oh, we’re now serving peppermint mocha’s at work! That’s festive!
Friday, I’ll be leading a Bible study for young girls and I’m trying to think of a good topic, maybe related to Christmas, along with Bible doctrine to teach. I’m wondering if anyone out there has learned a specific life lesson they’d like to share to hopefully get my juices flowing, or a topic they’d like to suggest.
And that about wraps up my Tuesday.
Update on the Christmas tree: it’s still outside, however it does have water.