Hump Day

I don't know if it's called the same thing overseas but here in Australia, Wednesday is known as hump day. I think it's called that as it's the middle of the week and once you've made it through the day, you slide into the weekend. Wednesday is always such a long day for me at work and I'm glad when the day is over.

I hadn't really thought too much about today's post as I've been spending all my spare time trying to rectify some software glitches I discovered on Sunday. I think I know what's going on but haven't quite worked out how I can solve the problem.

I've just taken my camera off to the repair shop to get the sensor cleaned (an annual task) as I have a job on this coming Sunday. With one camera out of action I thought I'd share with you my newest camera purchase.

It's a Golden Half camera I bought a few weeks ago. It's a Japanese toy camera made entirely of plastic and it's very basic. It takes 2 images per frame so I have 48 images from my roll of 24. I haven't quite finished off the first roll but when I do I'll post some of the images.

My newest etsy purchase arrived last week. It's a pretty lace garland from Lobster and Swan. I haven't had a chance to put it up but when I do I'll take some more photos so you can see how pretty it is hanging in my bedroom.

I'm not sure that I'll be back before the weekend so if not, have a great weekend and I'll see you all again on Monday,



  1. Hi Jillian,

    I love Etsy too. Your toy camera will certainlly produce some interesting shots - I'm looking forward to seeing what they look like.

    Have a lovely weekend when it arrives!


  2. Hi Chantel,

    I hope you've had a good week. If the weather fines up I might try finishing off the roll this coming w/e. I just have a few too many things that need my attention at the moment and no time to get them all done.



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