The UPS man has made some big deliveries to my front porch the past couple days, and let me tell you, I’ve been anxiously waiting like a kid on Christmas. Our front window is fogged up from snot and hand prints and the UPS website has permanenty banned me for checking my tracking numbers every 3.8 seconds. Seriously, I even set out some milk and cookies for the delivery dude; I was that excited.
If you’ve managed to get your hands on the August issue of Alliance (and if you haven’t, I highly suggest you do) you might have read an article about the 50 Greatest (and not so great) moments in our magazine’s history. One of these moments happens to be about how I killed a very pricey camera when my water housing flooded. Apparenty water and cameras don’t get along so well. Since that minor incident, Tony and I have been sharing a camera (read: Tony takes it back from me hording it when he really needs it), but now, after waiting anxiously for days, the UPS man dropped off a brand spankin’ new camera to my front door, along with a couple other cool, techy nerd photo guy things, and I’m excited. I think the guy was kinda freaked out by the milk and cookies thing, though.
Tony just got back from Hell… err, I mean Prague, and I’m gonna go try to cheer him up with some cool pictures… and milk and cookies.