I left work early today to get that low-beam light changed. I had looked in the handbook how to change the lightbulb but just couldn’t do it as they described. It said turn the cover a quarter turn and pull it off. It just wouldn’t move at all so I thought I must have another kind of cover than the one described in the handbook. I came to the garage during their lunch break and since I had some time left I went out and tried to turn the b….y thing again.
Turns out someone had changed that cover that didn’t have to be turned at all 🙂 I just pulled it off by accident 🙂 🙂 🙂 It was a bit tricky to reach and change the bulb though because it sat at the top of the space so I couldn’t even see where it was. I think it took around 10 minutes to get it out and it took almost 20 to get the new one in and secured. Guess how tired I was when I noticed it didn’t work 🙂 I had used a new one that I had in the SAAB and after the mechanic had checked that I had electricity in the cables I brought out a new one that I bought last week and voila! I now have low-beam light again 🙂
I was at home almost at the same time I normally come home on Fridays so the dogs, Bertil and I took a long walk in the sunshine. It is quite windy too so it was a bit tricky to know what to wear. As long as we walked in the sunshine and free from wind it was so warm that I couldn’t have the fleece jacket I had brought with me. It was just right in the shadows as long as the wind didn’t reach us and a bit too little if the wind reached us 🙂 It was also perfect in the sunshine with the wind blowing.
I have had a few rolls of film developed and I have to say that I like most of the photos. This time it was two rolls of film taken with the Hasselblad, one with the Zeiss and one with the Minolta 7000 so I’ll show a few of them each time for a while from now on. I also have some photos from the Agfa that I have forgotten to show here. I do like these old cameras, I guess mostly because I must think before I take a photo with any of them (well except for the Minolta because it is more or less impossible to manually adjust that camera).
Albin is bored and is now pestering us all. I’ve given him toys and plastic bottles to play with but they are just fun for a minute or two. I’ve let him out to the garden but like a cat he just wants to get inside again after a short while. He is very vocal about how terrible life is too so if he gets quiet I know he’s up to something 🙂 Like when he jumped up on a chair in the kitchen, tossed down things from the kitchen table and ate all the cat food 🙂
It is time to get something to eat and I’ll have hot cocoa today. I also know that if I have something to eat I’ll have Albin like glued to my side all the time and hopefully he’ll fall asleep on the couch 🙂
Have a great day!