There are many ways of breaking a heart. Stories were full of hearts broken by love,
but what really broke a heart was taking away its dream - whatever that dream might be.
Pearl S. Buck

Monday, November 20

Time for Turkey!

So, I am not going to do a big "I am thankful" entry until Thursday. Tough it out, folkes. But I do have to be thankful for one thing. Thank you religious zealot puritans, er I mean Pilgrims, that were evicted, er um decided to go from England to the colonies. Thank you for finally becoming cozy with the natives, and sitting down for a feast! Because now, we have a short week, and a long weekend to relax, and imbibe.

Are your menus ready? And your pies cooked? And what about the bird? (I am not a vegetarian. I tried it, but... no offense my veggie eating comrades, I like meat. And we all have a purpose on this sphere.)

Okay, off to finish this 2 + 1/2 day work week! Have safe journey's, charge up your batteries on your camera, ready your pie crusts, and chill the vino! its CHOW TIME!

gobble gobble...


  1. Yay for Thanksgiving! It's my favorite holiday!

  2. Absolutely! Couldn't have said it better!

  3. I like food, food tastes good!
    I like food, food tastes good!
    Juicy burgers, greasy fries,
    Turkey legs and raw fish eyes
    Teenage girls, with ketchup too!
    Get out of my way, or I'll eat you
    I like food, food tastes good!
    I like food, food tastes good!
    I'm going to turn dining
    back into eating
    I like food, food tastes good!
    I like food, food tastes good!

  4. ah yes, the joy of a 3 day work week....

    and let us not forget(and let me rub it in alittle..); my 3 week xmas vacation begins on dec 14th.

    Mark your calandars!

  5. It's always hot when girls say, "I like meat" followed by gobble sounds!

    Thanks for the kind words.

    Too bad we don't get days off for other stuff like imprisoning all the Japanese in WWII or for kicking the crap out of the Mexicans, etc.

    Oh, well. Maybe once we finally nuclear annihilate the Middle East we'll get George Bush Hail Emperor Day or something.

    Bitter? Nah. All the fucking commercial on the bullshit wanting us to start buying Christmas stuff BEFORE Thanksgiving is making me nuts.

    I think I will take next week off, go to D.C. and try to talk some sense into our new leaders.

  6. Amen to the "I'm thankful for the Pilgrims" post. They gave us a great holiday--what better holiday can there be than getting off work, lying around being lazy, and eating as MUCH food as you can stuff into your body? I love it!!!

  7. Hey! I used to love turkey when I was a meat eater too. Nothing wrong with that.

    Happy Tofurkey day! ;)

  8. Gobble, gobble...indeed.

    Love me some Thanksgiving! The only downside this year is that my girlfriend is working that day, so she can't enjoy it with me.

  9. Great pic!!

    Ode to Turkey day:
    Turkey, oh how I love you, your succulent breast, your crispy thighs, I crave you, I celebrate you in all your stuffing tastiness!!!

  10. karma: Me too!

    cyberbro: mmmmmmm eats! one year ago thurs... :hug:

    loops: where is the song from? cute!

    slyde: yea so? My vacation starts the 20th, and its two weeks... pthutt...

    rat: WWII isnt that veteran's day/pearl harbor/cinco de mayo? work on the legislature dude! (in the meantime, enjoy your turkey!)

    cheryl: right on sistah! belly up, where's the remote?

    dan: mmmmmmmmmmeat! say it with me... :giggles: i tried vegetarianism, but i couldn't hang. Enjoy the Soy!

    earl: bring her a turkey lunch or something! how fun would that be?

    lbug! that is a fun saying... whats the breast stuffed with?

  11. It's punk rawk

  12. oh no you didnt!!

    Don't you dare try to do "dueling vacations" with ME, missy....

    you will lose.......

  13. Happy Turkey Day!!

    I am also a meat eater, I need it :)

  14. slyde: OH YEA? *picks up her agenda book*

    Goddess: HTD to you (((HUG))) mmmmmmmeat!

  15. Stuffed with - drumroll - seasoning and bread! Yum

  16. My son and I giggled and giggled to see that picture, we love it.

  17. Can I place that picture on my blog? Please? We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here, and turkey is just well, turkey. But that picture is a classic. I have to use it. It's a crackup.
    Just tell me to take it off, it'll be on the blog when you next look. I will acknowledge that I've blatantly stolen it from ye.