There was no major damage thank goodness, although I think the strain on my heart may have done something slightly permanent. You know the moment of realisation that you have dropped something very precious? That split second of oh no, this cannot be happening?
Well it almost did me in.
So as I said, no major damage done. Except... there is this one teeny tiny bit that held the battery flap closed... which broke off and doesn't hold it closed anymore... which doesn't really matter.
Except that it does.
Because now I have to walk around with my finger on the flap to hold it closed while I am taking photos. And I don't know about you, but when I am taking photos, my fingers are like the Korean army (I am presuming they are a well organised lot). They have their places. They know exactly where to go and what to do. And holding the flap closed has not ever been one of those things.
It's confusing my fingers.
And making me way less inclined to take photos.
But today I gave my fingers a stern talking to (they would be quite stern in the Korean army I would think, particularly if we are talking about the North Korean one), and ventured out to photograph our lovely corn.
I have planted loads of it.
Corn out the front and corn out the back.
And we even have some along the side.
I really like corn.And because I know that some of you will want to know, I am growing three varieties: Balinese Corn, Golden Bantam and Incredible.
And because I know you'll want to know this too, although this you'll already know, I'm not quite sure which one is which.