>I sent two digital cameras to my siblings back home. I believe one is Sony (several years ago) and the other one is Nikon (just a year ago). I made sure I bought some energizer rechargeable batteries before I sent the Sony digital camera because I knew they will need it. But for the Nikon, the battery itself is rechargeable so it was great. However, my sister complained to me that the old battery is not quite working well and that she asks me a favor to buy a new one. I bought a brand new battery and it was a year later after she puts it into my Nikon camera, now she said that the camera itself is not working. I was like, OMG! I wasted my money for the battery because it’s no use when the camera itself is not working. I think the camera failed because it wasn’t use and it’s been sitting in the corner for awhile now. Geeezzz! I might have to buy then another digi-cam this time.
>I went to Horton Plaza mall (downtown) the other day together with my family and we were wandering at the mall. I was actually looking for black dress shoes for my daughter and I couldn’t find anything that I like. We went to the Macy and kids Jamboree stores but I couldn’t find anything as well. Our last resort was the Nordstrom. It’s a brand store and I had to close my eyes when I purchase the dress shoes for my daughter because it was too expensive. I had to run the tag through their barcode scanner so I will know the price first hand before taking it to the cashier. I bought it anyways regardless of the price because it’s too cute to ignore it. I’m satisfied with my purchase and so as my husband, he was the one who paid for it.
>I used to have a friend who had a kleptomaniac disorder. I know that she suffered from it a lot because she did things that she really didn’t want to do. Her illness usually got her in trouble and she was being judged for her actions. Most of the time she stole office supplies from her work. I know that she didn’t do it intentionally because it’s her illness that made her hide and steal things that is not hers. Believe it or not, those stolen items were of little value like pen, safety pins, rubber and etc… One time she was caught by a camera in one of the local stores back home in the Philippines for shoplifting. I found out that she stole a scratch tape and she was brought to the police station for investigation. Her family explained to the officer that she had a kleptomaniac disorder. I feel sad for my friend.