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Don't Make Me Call The Flying Monkeys

Ok, it's Thanksgiving and I'm cooking. Not everything, just enough to give me anxiety hives.

So, look. I've got a turkey baster and I know how to use it. Stay out of my way until everything's out of the oven or I won't be responsible.

*I'm much better around a keyboard than around an oven*


Anonymous neko said...

Be grateful that you have an oven. Your Thanksgiving posts have sent me into fits of nostalgia (and given me a burning desire to rip out all the loud speakers in the city piping in Chrismas music) in a town with no Thanksgiving, no turkeys, and certainly no ovens.

Enjoy your Thanksgiving for those of us who can't have one.

10:59 PM

Blogger Urban Chick said...

for once i am thankful that there is an ocean and continent between us: you sound like a (turkey-baster-wielding) force to be reckoned with

i'm afraid...


UC x

12:30 AM

Blogger Tan Lucy Pez said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Sockso!

8:07 AM

Blogger ParisLondres said...

M dear - I can bet you are a fantastic cook. Please enjoy the day and the whole process (including the anxiety hives) for us who do not have this wonderful holidays. Sending you my warmest wishes.


8:21 AM

Blogger Kyahgirl said...

You don't scare me with your baster lady.


Have a great day my sweet!!

8:29 AM

Blogger Fred said...

Just remember, you're not typing when the oven is open.

Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!

9:04 AM

Blogger AP3 said...

Good luck!

Those flying monkeys are scary...

Happy Thanksgiving!

9:16 AM

Blogger Annieytown said...

Happy Thanksgiving M!

9:18 AM

Blogger cjblue said...

I'm sure everything is going to be wonderful, M!

You'll appreciate this: I was charged with making ONE THING: my famous apple cake. I left out vanilla and baking powder. You should have hearrrrrd, the worrrrrds, that were coming outa my mouth. Or, probably not. I'm sure they'll love the sugar-free apple pie I picked up at Perkins.

I know yours will be wonderful.
Love you!

10:12 AM

Blogger Ariella said...

The Alpha Female and I supervised the AM while he made the appetizers which are our contribution to the family feast. There are going to be about 40 peopl and 4 or 5 dogs, should be great!

Hope you have a great day!

12:06 PM

Anonymous Prim said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I bet the food will be delish :-)

1:20 PM

Blogger dddragon said...

I'm not cooking, either. I just enjoy the fruits of other's labors. I make alot of appreciative noises.

4:25 PM

Blogger Bela said...

I don't think women in the UK could cope with TWO festivals so close together that require so much cooking. Let alone festivals that require spending time with their extended families. LOL!

7:43 PM


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