Those who know me personally will roll on the floor and laugh after reading this post. But I’m not joking…..
I’ve been wanting to take up Salsa for quite some time.
Ok, laugh if you want.
Still thinking of taking up the lesson at Jitterbugs. But its kinda expensive and I’m afraid I might lose interest halfway.
Our company also have salsa course for employee. Its alot cheaper but heard that the instructor is not as good as the ones in Jitterbugs. Wanted to try taking lesson at my company first to try out, and if I’m really interested, then take up the more expensive course at Jitterbugs.
But then, I discovered that someone I don’t like is taking the course too. And he is no longer an employee in the company. Argh…. Why is he still enjoying the benifits of employee when he already resigned more than 1 yr already? Argh.
Will not take up the course at company. The last thing I want to do is to learn to dance salsa with him around. Think I’ll wait for the next class opening or try Jitterbugs.
The doctor at camera hospital said that he need to replaced the switch. He also mentioned that there was something wrong with the sensor when he did the repair. But after awhile, it was ok already. So he ask if it is ok to go ahead with the repair, I said yes.
I guess the sensor is just acting strangely since it was dropped on the floor and haven’t been used for a few months. I guess it should be alright after awhile.
I was wrong…..
Went to collect the camera today. Managed to take a few picture at the shop. Still alright. The repairman reminded me about the sensor. I told him it is ok. After all, there is no problem when we tested it. But he said that he can only give me warranty on the switch, and he cannot cover other problems since the camera has been dropped on the floor.
The camera was still ok in the shop. But when I reach home, the sensor started giving me problem. The image appears darker and blur. Damn…. the sensor problem is back.
I guess there is nothing I can do now. The camera is more or less gone. Shouldn’t had ask the person to go ahead with the repair. Made a wrong choice. Guess I was too eager to get it fixed.
Goodbye my camera. Thanks for all the happy memories you captured…..