Friday Fill-ins #5

  1. Follow the leader.
  2. My DSLR camera is something I always take with me on vacation.
  3. To achieve your goals, you must have realistic and achievable goals. Don't dream of the impossible!.
  4. I am not a snob like most people would think when they first met me is something I'd like you to know about me.
  5. I have a book on Idiot's guide to Digital Photography that I still have not read.
  6. I miss the A&W rootbeer floats.
  7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to quiet evening with the family, tomorrow my plans include helping a family friend move to their new home and Sunday, I want to start cleaning up the junk in the basement!
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Fleur de Lisa said...

I don't go on vacation without my DSLR either!

Smilingsal said...

I am so camera dumb that I don't know what DSLR is. Please come visit and see my answers. While there, check out the BOX of new books I'm giving away.

AlwaysEvolving said...

Most people think I'm a snob when they first meet me, too. Don't know what's up with that.

~ Mhay ~ said...

I miss A&W Rootbeer floats too! :)Happy Weekend :)

Elisabeth said...

Happy Weekend!

sara said...

A & W root beer floats were the best!! I still remember going there as a kid and having them hook the tray on the window.....that was such a treat for us!

Florinda said...

I think I got my husband a copy of that book, but he hasn't read it either. (He's also devoted to his DSLR camera.)

Thanks for visiting my blog today!

LarryG said...

i love your fillin! - something is in the basement, waiting ! lol

Whirled Peaces said...

Hi Jo,

Thank you for visiting my blog. And, mmm, A&W Rootbeer floats. I had forgotten all about those!

Hope you have a great weekend!

marathon mom said...

I would like a DSLR but, yet another hobby/craft I don't need!

Here's mine: marathonmom

fennymun said...

which DSLR are you using? yes, certainly we can't travel without a camera, can we? :0

JO said...

Hi Everybody,
Thank you all for visiting!

Hi Fenny,
I got a Nikon D-40. And I loved it!