Friday, 14 September 2007

Update

Well it looks like the camera has to go to the Doctors.........2-4 weeks.............how am I going to cope?????? No pics no camera...........will you hang in there if I have no pictures as it is no fun without pics..........

I was speaking with Jodie and she said it is perfect at her place she even posted pics from her walk this morning.............well I can tell you it is far from perfect here.........it was windy and cloudy and NOT raining.............now the wind has swung around to the west and I have a blasted dust storm and the clouds have gone away..........our crops or no good....failed again................

I am supposed to be cleaning up but with a dust storm outside what is the point..............better go as I am tooooooooo miserable with a dust storm and no camera............

....better get myself into a better mood as I am going to an Art Exhibition with friends tonight..............take care...........

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  1. Oh, sorry to read your camera is ill! Hope it will feel better soon!

    Take care!

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  2. You don‘t need a camera! You can describe it so wonderful, I can picture it! I hope you will have a wonderful weekend with some better wheather and some crafting??

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  3. Oh no!! I hope the camera gets better soon. It would be so hard to be camera-less.

    Did the dust storm destroy all your crops? That would be even more terrible.

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  4. Hope you feel cheerier soon (and hope the camera gets beter too)

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  5. Oh no. I may be able to loan you my old one. I can bring it on the weekend if you like. It's digital....

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  6. A month with no camera would drive me crazy! Too bad you don't have a Staples store there. They let us try a camera for 30 days and return it if we don't like it. We already returned one and may take this one we are using now back too. I hope the dust storm didn't completely ruin the crops. Having grown up on a farm, I know what weather can do.

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  7. the wind has not ruied the crops on it's own but it has dried it out so much ...rain is needed but for soem it is to late.........we have cattle on some of ours.......

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  8. Oh Donna I feel so sorry for all you crop farmers, thank God we don't rely on cropping here. It must be such a shame after all the hard work and expense of getting it in the ground. We have lots of friends out west who are all in the same boat, big hugs to you all.
    Take care, enjoy the party
    Kerry
    How did the Art show go hope you won some prizes

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  9. I am so sorry to hear about the weather. I do hope it will get better.

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  10. Well, of course we'll still be here through your cameraless time! Clinging to every word.... ;-) Maybe if everyone took one picture and then sent it to you -- you could build a month of posts to tell us what's going on in your life somehow related to that picture. Haha!

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  11. Of course I will still drop by - how will we know whats happening on the farm. Hope the camera is fixed soon nothing you buy these days lasts longer then 2 minutes it is soooo annoying. Hope things brighten up for you. Take care

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  12. Thats a real bummer about your camera. You take such beautiful pictures. Hope the dust storm didnt leave to much of a mess. The sunset pictures are fantastic.

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  13. Sorry to hear about your camera, the failed crops and the bad weather. Hope things go better soon!

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  14. Donna, sorry for your camera that I hope will be better as soon as possible.
    Your pics are so nice!

    Have a good visit to Art ExHibition
    ciao ciao

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