Friday Fill-ins #4

  1. One of the best concerts/plays/movies I ever saw that I really didn't think I'd like was a broadway show called The Producer.
  2. Nanaimo bar is a recipe I recently made that was delicious!
  3. It's time for some Thanksgiving dinner.
  4. A glass of coke with ice is quite refreshing.
  5. If I never hear the word re-check and swab again, it'll be too soon. [Part of my job]
  6. To one side of the curving road was the Canadian mountains, and on the other was a photographer [me] trying to capture the beauty of nature.
  7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to sleeping in early, tomorrow my plans include going to work and mass in the afternoon and Sunday, I want to be a coach potato but I can't because I plan to go to work and then attend a Thanksgiving dinner party at night!
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14 comments:

Janet said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Thanks for playing :-)

bundle-o-contradictions said...

Your #6 sounds like what I'm hoping for this Sunday. Happy Friday! :)

Shannon H. said...

Thanksgiving dinner sounds YUMMY! Have a great dinner party and lots of fun!

Raquel said...

Thanks Giving na pala jan. Happy Thanksgiving! You're getting better in #6. Keep it up.

Cathy said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Holistic Knitter said...

Coke and ice is refreshing. Have a good weekend ;0)

Ms. Val said...

You can't go wrong with #4!

only a movie said...

Happy thanksgiving!

Michelle said...

Happy Thanksgiving and it has been so long since I have had a real classic coke with ice...but I do remember how yummy it is!

Gal Friday said...

I have heard so much about those "Nanaimo Bars"--I need to look up the recipe one day and try to make them, too. I need to learn how to actually pronounce the word, too, I think... :-P
Happy "Canadian" Thanksgiving (I hope you get to relax a little this weekend)

Billy Rhythm said...

I haven't heard anything about Nanaimo Bars. What are they?

stephanie (bad mom) said...

Ohhhh, Nanaimo bars! I ate my weight in them throughout college and now they're impossible to find...(Which is probably a good thing).

Have a delightful weekend :)

JO said...

Hi Everybody!

Thank you all for visiting...

I actually bought a mixed box with instruction on how to make the Nanaimo bars. The ingredients are all there, all you have to do is mix them, do step 1 then 2 then 3... chill... and its ready to be serve in 30 minutes. No cooking or baking involved!

marathon mom said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I didn't realize it was time for that in Canada! And I will have to check out those bars!