I live in a good neighborhood

Posted March 10th, 2009. Filed under Personal

Proof: I grabbed my digital camera on the way out the door this morning.  My intention was to take the camera to work to transfer a pic I had shot to my computer for use in a separate blog post I had written.  I was in too much of a rush to do it at home (woke up late), so I decided to just do it at work.  On my way out the door, I realized I had forgotten something else so i put the camera on the railing on my front porch, ran back upstairs, grabbed my stuff and headed back out.  Of course, I hopped in my car, forgetting the camera sitting on the railing.  I realized this about halfway through the workday when I finally had time to work on that blog post.  I figured - oh well, it’s certainly gone by now.  Good thing I didn’t have any terribly personal pictures on there.  I get home from work and what do I see as I pull into the driveway but my camera, still there on the railing, unharmed and untouched 🙂  In Germantown, Northwest Philadelphia,  that camera was as good as gone no more than 10 minutes after I drove away.  I live in a good neighborhood.

2 Responses so far

  1. Edwin says:

    Well, let’s see… what kind of camera was it?

    Perhaps not worth taking? *devil horns*

  2. Ken says:

    It’s an older Konica Minolta digital camera with an added on 2gig SD card, that to this day retails for close to $300. Yes, worth taking. I live in a good neighborhood.

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