(Hopefully) Minor Camera Catastrophe

Yes, I know a minor catastrophe is a contradiction.  It struck me as a catastrophe, but I’m hoping it’s easily fixable and therefore a minor one.

Yesterday afternoon I panicked when I discovered that my UV filter on my camera had inexplicably cracked all over the place sometime between Friday night and Sunday afternoon — and, on top of that, it had somehow gotten cross-threaded and I’m having a hard time getting it off.  So my camera will be traveling with me to Wolf Camera to get a new filter and hopefully they can help me remove the old one (I don’t know if they even do that sort of thing, but they’re the only camera place I know of in the entire city).

In the meantime, I feel like I’m missing an eye.  I had laid out all my prizes from the party at Joann Fabrics to show you all, and I couldn’t take a picture.  Howie was being funny and I couldn’t take a picture. And Jonathan was making eggs-in-a-basket and I couldn’t take a picture. And he even made me an egg-in-a-basket with a FACE, and I had to eat it without taking its picture!

And on top of that, today is our second anniversary, and I simply must be able to take pictures.

So keep your fingers crossed that they can get that thing off my camera, and hopefully I’ll be back later today with a lovely picture-ful post.

About Charity

I have an inexcusable number of cookbooks (and like to experiment with them), have worked in architectural antiques, and have been sewing most of my life. I recently graduated with a Ph.D. in Apparel, Merchandising, & Design from Iowa State University. Doing household things (except for cleaning!) and hunting for antiques are my favorite pastimes.
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