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What kind of camera do you use?
I have several and which one I use depends on which one is behaving at the time. I have a Kodak point and shoot that also has manual functions. I also have a Canon Digital Rebel, but the lenses for that one are not cooperating right now. Kodie (the Kodak) is getting the most use at the moment and was last used to photograph some yellow flowers on the side of the road.
I also have access to a Canon AE-1 and AE-1 Program that my husband had back in the late 1970s/early 1980s, but I have no clue how to work these babies. Here is one of them:
What will you have for Thanksgiving dinner? If not in the US, tell us about a special meal, please.
The plans are for turkey, dressing, gravy, cranberry sauce, Velveeta mac and cheese, green bean casserole, yeast rolls, asparagus, and maybe Brussels sprouts, too. I haven't decided on a dessert yet. My favorite desserts from Thanksgivings of my childhood were banana pudding and pineapple-coconut cake, but I haven't mastered a banana pudding like my granny and daddy made and no one else here likes pineapple-coconut cakes. So, who knows what we'll end up there. It has always been my favorite holiday.
What's the biggest vehicle you've driven?
I don't think that I've ever driven anything bigger than the biggest of the Ford Aerostar vans.
Have you ever been on a train? This can be a commuter train or the chugga-chugga-choo-choo kind.:)
Do the mine trains at Six Flags count? If so, yes. If not, then no, I don't think so. :)
What question would you like to ask the people visiting on my porch next week?
My question would be: When did your family first come to be in the country in which you now live?
Or, maybe: Who is your most famous relative?