My husband stopped by our local camera shop yesterday while he was out and about on his day off. He didn't have my camera, however, but they told him to bring it in with the charger so they could take a look at it. He said he'd do it today after dropping the girls off at school, but I was pretty sure that he'd forget. I forgot to ask him about it when I talked to him, so I certainly couldn't blame him for forgetting about it himself.
Well, I got home today, opened the door and Bill went all paparazzi on me with my now-working camera!! It was a bad battery. They don't last forever apparently. He just had to buy a new battery, which has to be much less expensive than a repair and definitely less expensive than a new camera.
I'm a happy girl. And I'm so grateful for a husband who is so supportive of something that means so much to me. If it weren't for him, I wouldn't even have the camera... he insisted on it.
I think one reason he was so adamant that we get the camera working is that he knows how many pictures I normally take this time of year. We went to the state fair last night and I had to make do with the camera on my phone. I think he was more disappointed than I was that I didn't get a lot of good pictures of the girls enjoying the rides for the first time. Of course, I'm sure they'll appreciate one day that there aren't more pictures of their panic on the kiddie roller coaster.
All systems are go for our pumpkin patch visit... this weekend hopefully. =)
I've made some serious progress on the ol' Stained Glass Window.
I actually have one more attached since I took that picture and I'm working on the 5th one today. They way the pattern is written to attach the squares is a little confusing, and different from any other method. But I'm still loving it. I'm setting a goal of having it finished by Thanksgiving. Shouldn't be a problem, I don't think.