I need to pause for a second and say, this post would probably be a lot better had the husband not misplaced our camera yesterday...since that camera contains pictures from the last few day's events. It's kind of a mystery, are you ready?
The mystery: It took place on the golf course, where he was teaching a lesson (he videotapes their swings to playback to them). And so the story goes that he thought he put it back in the backpack after, but unfortunately not, or else there would be no need to pause!
Here, are the possible options:
- He set it down where his student was hitting balls and in a hurry left it there when he was packing his bag up after
- It fell out of the golf cart when he was driving back to the golf shop
- It was placed in the student's golf cart, shoved in the cart for no one to see
- The backpack monster ate it
What I would say if that was all there was to it is, your guess is as good as mine. Unfortunately, there's part 2 of the mystery...
Some other students (from the university here) who are on the golf team walk over to hit balls at my husband's golf course. Now, apparently they were there at that exact same driving range when the camera went missing. The husband went back to the golf shop to get more golf balls for his next lesson and when he went back to the driving range, this is when he noticed the camera missing...and mysteriously the students had also left.
Dun, dun, duuuunnnnnnn.
But the odd thing is, the camera was never turned in. So who should we be suspicious of?
The backpack monster...I knew it all along!
Yes, I was a little sad/mad when I heard our beloved camera was missing. But, there's nothing I can do about it now. Except cry over the lost pictures and video's from the trip to Vancouver.
What was I doing in Vancouver?
Well, I must admit I have a
secret interest in someone.
And, he's Canadian...specifically from Ontario, like I am.
His name is...
There, I said it! Judge me if you must!
But anyways, I had pictures and videos of him on the camera, that I'll sadly miss (and eventually accept) if they're gone.
The following night we returned to Kelowna and the hubby had a surprise! Since our anniversary was just on Saturday (for some reason, we kept extending it, and it basically turned into a anniversary week!), he wanted to do something special, so we got a room at one of the prettiest hotels in Kelowna...the Hotel Eldorado.
Super nice, super fun and super relaxing! Complete with chocolate covered (delicious) strawberries and everything!
He's a good guy...I'm thinking about keeping him around for a while ;)
Well, if the camera ever turns up, I will post pictures of my experience with Justin Bieber and hopefully you'll enjoy the fact that I'm a 15 year old girl trapped in a married 24 year old body!
P.S. - Be aware of those backpack monsters. Do I see future idea for a horror movie??