Sunday, June 17, 2007

Lost Day

Strange title I know but the thing is I do feel like I lost yesterday. I had such a great time at the School Ball on Friday night Fiona Jen and I just really click and we laughed chatted and had a great evening looking at all the students all dressed up and chatting to them as adults. I took over 100 photos many in groups of students and teachers combined, then to get half way home from the Ball and realise I didnt have my camera in my bag was the worse feeling. We called the Ballroom called other teachers, students but too no good it appears my camera has magically disappeared. To say I am devastated is an understatement. I guess only another camera enthusist would understand how attached you get too the camera. The other thing is that I had already been anticipating what kits I would use to scrap all my photos with as well. So yesterday I just couldnt bare to look at photos or even visit the scrap forum for nay sign of anything connected to photos had me in tears. I guess part of me is still hoping that Monday at school my camera maybe handed back but I am very doubtful. The thing is my camera was not even ayr old and its is an awesome little camera. Its valued at $500 and it didnt have my name or anything on it. Just really want my photos I took too. I guess I will eventually accept the fact I am not getting it back and the photos I took are lost forever but sure hate the feeling.

5 comments:

glynis said...

Oh no!! We can always hope for the best, though :)

Joan said...

I understand how you feel as I love all my cameras. It is not the cost but the pleasure they provide. By the way I live in Mandurah - nice to see another sandgropher.

Karen said...

Oh Samm what a devastating thing to happen! I hope it's not over yet and all is not lost.

loonyhiker said...

Oh how sad! I will pray that it turns up for you. Be patient. Maybe one of the kids accidentally took it and hasn't yet realized it isn't theirs.

Tink said...

Here's hoping that it is returned to you safe and sound.