Thursday, December 09, 2010

i still owe money to the money to the money i owe.

my camera is broken. i sent it in to be fixed. pray that is was just a defective camera and not that a chunk of caribbean sand is wedged up in the lens, in which case the warranty would be void. (medical school, the gift that keeps on stinging.)

i think this maybe gives me a comfortable out to photo-a-day? what? oh, yes, i do have another camera. no it doesn't do well in low-light conditions i.e. our entire living space. what? i'm a quitter? well it's time you knew. plus, i'm kind of tired of hearing myself talk (reading myself write?) every day.

maybe i won't give up entirely. we'll see. i know you'll be wringing your hands in the meantime. until then, listen to this song and be blown away. (thanks, kate.) peter-gabriel-lover sister, you should like this especially.


9 comments:

angela hardison said...

oh no - hope your camera gets better soon.

pretty, pretty song.

Here Dwells Happiness said...

I totally am wringing my hands now. So...very...sad.

Bon said...

abby grace. you're nearly impossible to get a hold of since you're m.i.a. on fb and the number i have for you is void. speaking of low lighting living spaces, what's the address to yours? email it to me if you want a christmas card. bon177bon@yahoo

Emily said...

I do love the man. Beautiful song. Did you see the fb post I dedicated to him and his sweaty back?

Jessica Lowenthal said...

I will be very very very very very sad to lose your photos. You're an incredible photographer, Abby

communikate. said...

i personally like hearing from you on a day to day basis. i think all your fans to do too.

don't stop.

pictures are overrated {okay. they're not, but still...}

i love that song. like a lot.

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty devastated. Really. Anticipating your photos and posts is a happy time in my day. So, do what you can to keep on keeping on. AG

wendy said...

All I'm sayin' is that if you quit, I quit. ;-)

Lissybug said...

I loved that song. Thank you for sharing. You're awesome even if you don't do a photo a day any more. I hope your camera gets better soon, too. The loss of a camera is always a sad thing. It's like a little piece of you has died. At least it is for me. Maybe you aren't quite so attached.