The last time I bought a new gadget (my treo) was approximately 5 years ago. Truth be told, I didn’t even buy that toy. Dan bought it for me. I’ve had the same cell phone since we signed onto Verizon’s family plan. I don’t even know how long ago that was. It’s older than the Treo. Let’s just say that my cell phone isn’t slim – at all. Plus, it doesn’t flip open and it doesn’t have a camera in it. So, you see the pattern, right? I don’t buy the latest gadget toys. I don’t even know what half of them are for. I spend my mad money on fabric and yarn.
Yet, today I have a new toy to show off to you.
OK. I admit it. I didn’t buy this toy either. Dan did. But, isn’t it pretty?
It’s a Kodak EasyShare digital camera (model Z1275). Dan found it on Woot.com for $100, refurbished.
As you can see, I’m still trying to figure out how to work the camera. (That picture was a bit blurry).
I did a better job taking a picture of my first completed star block for the Americana quilt.
One might think since I’ve had a whole week to work on this quilt, I might be further along. I would be if I hadn’t detoured. =)
It was my youngest niece’s 5th birthday last week. I tossed all my obligations out the window so I could make her an apron. Pictures of the apron and details of the birthday party will have to wait until Wednesday. In my excitement over the new camera, I forgot to transfer the pictures I took on the old camera. Oops.