I’m sure you’ll be very happy to hear that I finally bought Chris a new camera.
Actually, let’s be honest. I bought myself a new camera. I just keep telling Chris it’s for him because I did, after all, break his. Also, it makes me feel better about spending the money. And you know, if he’s nice to me, I’m totally open to letting him use it.
In fact, I was even going to let him pick the camera out, but he said he didn’t care what I bought as long as it “wasn’t pink or anything.” I ordered a Nikon CoolPix. It’s navy blue. I think it’s going to be very cool, mostly because they say so and also because they spell “pics” in that wacky way. And, I asked my photographer friend what camera to buy and she said either that one or the Canon Elph. I’ll let you guess which one was cheaper.
So, in 3 – 9 business days, I will have my camera. Judging from my past history with electronics, I fully expect to have this thing up and running in 3 – 9 months. That means that within a year, you’ll be viewing beautiful food photography on this blog. In the meantime, we shall continue with the sharp blackberry images. Which, of course, brings us to lunch.
My stomach has been a little mad at me lately, possibly because I ate nearly every single meal out for a week straight. Not sure, but if I had to point fingers, that’s where I’d start. So today I decided to keep things a little light with some plain yogurt, cantaloupe, berries, flax and walnuts for lunch:
Also some honey and, um, a few chocolate chips. So yeah, like I said, a little light.
And then for a snack later I had an internal battle with a Z Bar, and lost:
The battle was mostly because I think it’s a little ridiculous to eat bars when you’re at home and you can have real food, but these things are so good. I bought them yesterday and I’ve been dying to eat one ever since. So I did. But it didn’t really fill me up, so I also had some chips and salsa:
I didn’t eat the whole container of salsa. I just like to eat things out of the jar whenever possible because I hate to do dishes. I understand that no one likes to do dishes but I really, really hate it. Just ask Chris.