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The Case of the Lost Camera

Today I am trying to wrap my mind around the fact that someone at my grandson's birthday party yesterday could've walked off with my digital camera.

It's not something I want to believe or accept but today it is missing and the last place I remember having it was on one of the picnic tables at the park. I don't want to believe it because everyone invited was either family or friends.

I would rather believe that the camera was accidentally thrown away during the cleanup and someone just didn't realize what it was.

Nevertheless, all of the wonderful pictures we took at my grandson's 4th birthday on Saturday are now gone.

Thankfully, my grandson wasn't stolen or today I would still be on the hunt or in jail.

Comments

Glenda said…
Hi Beverley, I love your story and the way you are dealing with it. Just wanted to let you know I was here and have a great week :) x
Glenda aka Lady G
vicki said…
I'm so sorry honey - that's such a shock to the system when something like that happens
Awwww Beverly, I am sorry love. I am going to choose to believe that someone accidentally walked off with it and did not realize that it was not their camera. There are so many camera's that look just alike. Let's believe that once they scroll through the pictures and notice that they have the wrong camera, they will return it back to you. While thieves are also someone's family member or friend, let's just hope that this was a very innocent mistake. I hope you get the camera back. Love to you!!
Kathy said…
Hopefully somebody accidentally picked it up and stuck it into a bag and it just hasn't been discovered yet.
Kathie M Thomas said…
Oh Bev, how terrible for you. I keep my camera on my all the time. I hate not knowing where it is because I use it so much. I pray that it will turn up for you.

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