Not-so-subliminal messaging

‘Member how I’m getting better at photography?

Guess what would help that even more?

Isn’t she pretty? Not mine, yet, but that’s where this blog – and hopefully my family – comes in.

You see, I don’t need much in life – I buy my own DVDs and groceries and pay my bills. And when it comes to Christmastime and my birthday and the next Christmas and birthday, I am content with nothing. As long as for one of them I get this camera.

On, you can find them for cheap. Used, even. And that’s fine by me, as long as the thing isn’t broken or there isn’t a scratch on the lens.

I’ll even buy all the accouterments myself. Bag, card, other lenses.

It doesn’t have to be a Canon either. That just happened to be one of the first ones that popped up. I’ll take a Nikon.

All’s I know is in my last job I used one all the time and fell in love. Then this summer when I borrowed my aunt’s fancy one and used it in England, I wanted to marry the thing.

Think of the great pictures I could take. Think of how much better this blog could get! (Not much, I know, it’s already pretty great.)

So when you start making your Christmas list, I’ll be making 100 copies of these pictures and leaving them strategically placed around my parents’ house. Same goes for birthday time. I’m real sneaky like that.

Published by Laura

I've got a few stories to tell.

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