The rest of the weekend was uneventful. We tried to buy a Canon Rebel SLR, but Best Buy wouldn’t cooperate. Boo hiss. They gave us some run around about not being able to finance it the way we liked because we were short $3.00. I’m really interested in trying my hand at photography, and there’s no better time than when the 3 littles are running around the place, right? So everyone tells me I can’t go wrong with the Rebel. Looking to see if I can get the XsI (older model, cheaper price) or if I should just get the latest and greatest T1I. Someday soon I hope. Any advice for beginners learning to use an SLR is much appreciated!
|My cutie pie|
So this morning was Em’s first day at Oak Hill for the year. She was up and at ’em! Awesome. Since we were up and out early, I decided to take the boys over to Legacy Place for a walk around. I’ve never really gone there to wander! Started out at the Apple store (big sale going on, Daddy wants a MACpro), so I thought I would check things out. Owen started crying and Aidan was fussing, and I got total ‘tude from a salesperson. NG. I asked her about password issues with my Applecare disc and she was all up in my mix telling me I don’t need the disc. I told her that other Apple (aren’t they called CARE people?) had told me to come in and they would help me out and fix it. NO, she insisted that I don’t need any usernames or passwords. OK. Thanks for caring. We left and I fed Owen and we attempted the store again. This time, more ‘tude, but from someone else. I asked about the sale and he was in no way ready to help me with my Barclaycard. So out we went. The only good thing about that Apple store was the kind customer who helped me with the doors to get in and out. We both agreed that it was an intense atmosphere and it was best to get out! Owen stoppped crying the minute we got outdoors and I wanted to walk around some more, but Aidan persisted that we go back in the Traverse to watch movies. Hilarious. Like I said, I’ve never gone there to wander. Will I ever get the chance?
|Chillaxin’ in the tub!|
It’s quiet here. All 3 are asleep. Why am I still watching Sprout? Because my 4 year old told me to, “LEAVE THE TV ON AND DON’T CHANGE IT!” and I didn’t want to chance her hearing me switch it off. She thinks she’ll wake up when she hears her favorite show come on. Do I dare?