Wednesday, December 10, 2008

I Can't Find It...HELP!!!

I have been wanting to post some thing on Thanks Giving, but I cannot find my camera cord. I have looked everywhere and cannot find it! If you have any suggestions on finding it, please let me know.
My Thanks Giving was wonderful, let me know how yours went.

School ends Tomorrow, and I cant wait! This is my first quarter, and I love it...for now. I am doing Post Secondary, which is just a fancy way of saying that I am both in high School and Collage. That is a load...I work part time too! That is life.

It has snowed so many times where I live...I can't wait for spring...but I do hope that we will get some snow for Christmas...I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas. God Bless


Ashraf shreif said...

nice blog

tina said...

You might need to buy another one. Hate it when that happens.

Dan said...

I have one cord in the camera bag and one cord in the desk, I'm always ready to connect :-)

You sound very busy, your up coming break is probably much needed. Good thing it is a slow time in the garden world or you would have even more added to your work load.

Roses and Lilacs said...

I never use a cable, a sd card reader is easier and saves batteries. Sometimes they are hard to find tho.

You certainly are keeping busy. Good luck

My Mother's Garden said...

Hi Zach~

Contact the manufacturer and see if they can send you a new cord. Good luck!

Happy Holidays! Hope you get the snow you wish for.

The Organic Gardener said...

You all have such great Ideas

Ashraf: Thanks for the wonderful compliment!

Tina: I hope I don't have to buy a new one. I have a spare somewhere, but I can't find that one either. What is the use in a spare if you can't find it.

Dan: Usually my cord is in the bag, it just suddenly disapered! Scarry

R&L: I LOVE you suggestion, I too have a SD port in my tower...I should have thought of that long ago. The battery for my camera is rechargable, so I son't have to wory about that.

Mother's Garden: That also is a good idea. I wonder if they will have a cheaper price on a cord?

Robj98168 said...

Check your pockets, desk drawers. Clean your room. Or buy a new cord- the old one will mystically appear (From experience)

Anonymous said...

I use my SD card reader to upload my photos. The cord to my Nikkon went bad a few mos back.

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