Winterr's words

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

What part of Thanksgiving are you?

Oh please, stuffing? I was hoping something wildly exotic would turn out.
Oh well that's me, the stuffing. Happy thanksgiving on thursday, we don't have thanksgiving in Australia, but I do love that American stuffing, especially if Jonathans grandmother makes it.

You Are The Stuffing

You're complicated and complex, yet all your pieces fit together.
People miss you if you're gone - but they're not sure why.

What Part of Thanksgiving Are You?
posted by Grace B at 10:53 PM


I am feeling hungry now?
I think Jonathans grandma is specialist in cooking.

12:42 AM  

I was stuffing too! Complex we stuffings are.

12:56 AM  

ok . . . stuffing . . . hummm my mind wonders to thoughts and the words of my dear old unchurched father as he would periodically say something about me being full of more (choose your expletive) than a thanksgiving turkey . . . if this survey is correct . . . perhaps he was wiser than i ever new . . . . of that i can be sure!

5:06 AM  

mashed potatoes here!

7:19 AM  

on ur mixed post

....2 bad cowards rarely get whats coming 2 em'

7:26 AM  

She is, especially her pumpkin pie :D

We stuffings are the complex, the others will never know what it's like.

Oh I've been told i'm full of that too and some times I just may be lol.

A good meal would not be complete without the mash.
Yeah in reference to that post, we say in Australia "those cowardly mongrels" :)

Happy thanksgiving! I heard a saying from someones blog "gobble til you wobble" :D

5:04 PM  

Hi Carmel:
Happy thanks giving. :):)

3:19 AM  

I was pumpkin pie.Mmmmmm. Happy Thanksgiving to you and Jonathan, Carmel!

3:13 PM  

Thanks heaps and same to you!
Thank you so much, and I hope you have a good one too. Now what's up with your blog I can't see any posts? It could be my connection maybe.

12:03 AM  

Hi Carmel
and happy blessing each day to you!

4:44 AM  

I'm the leftovers. ;)

8:48 AM  

Hola, do you read Spanish? My father owns a vineyard here in Chile, so I guess we have something in common.
If you do read Spanish, I invite you to my blog... El sonido de sus alas...
ciao babina.


10:10 AM  

Hi Carmel,

Happy Thanksgiving anyway to you : )

10:13 AM  

have a good weekend :)

3:55 AM  

Thanks and many blessings to you!

It's always good to know there are leftovers for snacking!

We do have something in common, your father would know all the hard work that is involved, especially at harvest time. I don't read spanish but, I hope i'm still invited!

Same to you, I hope you had a good one!

I will have a good weekend, thanks and same to you.

6:14 PM  

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