I'm still mourning the loss of my beloved camera. I'm used to having it in my hands all time, so now I am like a smoker who is trying to quit cold turkey and is forced to eat all the time or snap a rubber band on my wrist instead of sucking on cancer all day to keep my hands occupied. Ok, not really. Ok, well sort of really. The thing is there is another camera in the Woods house but I don't love it. In fact, I pretty much HATE it. But since I am me, I know I always need a back up plan so there would not ever not be an extra camera around to use for art emergencies. There is a chance my beloved plan A camera, the digital Rebel, can be repaired but it is costly and I have already had this baby resuscitated once before. Plan B is the fancier version of Plan A so I already know I do not like the fancy version of this camera. I am not big on all the bells and whistles. I don't really need a big camera with fancy built in effects that screams I HAVE PENIS ENVY. I am not going to switch to Nikon or Sony because I have a lot of Canon lenses and accessories already. I just want the camera I love back. I want my baby back! I am torn between spending the $225 to have the camera repaired (again) and buying the new camera body for $399. I can't afford either option at the moment, so I have time to ponder it as I look lovingly at my dead camera. Where did I put those peanut butter cups?
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