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Project Polish: July

I am so horrible! I never got acetone the whole entire month! Now, I have bought it so there is literally no excuses not to do my nails. I am painting my toe nails as I type this and my nails will be done tomorrow night as tonight I am taking a shower. If I paint my nails at 7:30, then by the time I go to bed at 10, it should have enough time to set. I have four colors still picked out though that I want to try. I will let you know which ones I declutter as I go through all of my polishes.

On a different note, my camera is totally acting up. It had finger prints on the lens. So, I took a wipes and cleaned it. Now, it is developing photos on high brightness and I don’t know how to fix it. There isn’t even a setting for that! I did a little research and found out that the Canon Powershots are notorious for dying prematurely, because of the sensors that they bought from a third party. So, I have a wonky camera and none of my photos of my empties are coming out right. I’m going to be playing around with it, but I don’t have a $100 to drop on a camera. I love taking pictures of Dean so this is a real bummer. I’m going to try charging the battery up and giving it a break for today. So, I can’t really upload my empties with photos or anything.

Not sure what I am going to do, but some posts will not show up until the end of the month or I might have to combine two months of empties together…..

With Love,

Selena

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2 thoughts on “Project Polish: July”

  1. Out of curiosity, what did you wipe the lens with? If I had to guess, you probably damaged it by wiping it off. Your really not supposed to touch the lens, as it can damage the camera, I think they sell special tools just for cleaning the lens. They scratch and get ruined very easily. Even if there’s a finger print on it you’re better of leaving it alone. My parents gave me lectures about this as a child so that’s why I remember this. It’s the same with a lens for a cd or DVD player, though those are much smaller.

    1. I used a microfiber cloth that came with my Ipod. I read that it is safe to use on lens. What I didn’t realize is that they weren’t finger prints. It was the sensor going out.

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