I have been debating with a demon inside me over 3 things for quite some time now.
1. I want to buy a good camera.
Of course, I don’t need one, I just want one. My dearest GR Digital is still very much alive and healthy. But my baby cannot capture proper reds and purples, which always gives me a headache… Oh, well, I can list up millions of reasons why I want to buy a new camera.
2. I want to buy a weaving loom (手織り機）
This one is harder to make a case with. I have a spinning wheel and I rarely use it (because I already have tons of yarn). I don’t know if I should buy another craft tool with non-negligible size – where can it be stored in my tiny apartment? But, weaving is so much faster than knitting. Well, this one, I guess I shouldn’t buy unless I have unlimited storage space…
3. I want to buy a Kindle
This one will be used for sure. It is a pain to carry around even a paperback, not to mention a hard cover, because English books are usually printed on low-quality paper thus significantly thicker than Japanese books. But what would happen to my printed books then? Perhaps I should wait until I read them all first? That’ll probably take about 10 years…