Thursday, March 6, 2008

Goodbye Duck....Hello Turkey

It's been a rather sad day for lilduckie...he has to say Goodbye to Spike. Spike will be on his way to his new home tomorrow. Christopher's birthday is Sunday so Froggie will take Spike home and hide him away until her little one goes to sleep Saturday night and then...she's going to sneak in later and put Spike on his pillow so he finds him when he wakes up. I can't wait to find out if they bond. *sigh*

Progress photo of "The Fuzzy Pink Baby Blanket That Never Grows". It has grown...finally. I've decided that I will knit on it off and on until Saturday morning and then cast off. It will be whatever size that happens to be. I found out the shower isn't until Sunday so I may even knit on until Sunday morning. We'll see how it goes.

And the turkey... Being a Southern girl...I do love me some turkey and sage dressing but it never fails that the dressing is gone long before the turkey so what to do? Make turkey salad. Don't get me wrong, I love my chicken salad sandwiches but if you've never tried it with don't know what you're missing. Once you get the turkey all chopped up to your's quick and easy from there. Add what you like in the amount that makes you happy and get to fixing some sandwiches. Good me.

*Oh, the texture cloth is the Diagonal Ripple Dishcloth . Thanks to hakucho for spotting it right away. She pointed me to it so I got to finish mine early. :)



Aunt Kathy said...

Mmmm yummy Turkey salad... no bread needed here, just a fork and maybe a stalk or three of celery instead of a fork. One of my favorites.

Of course I am starving right now, I could just jump through the net and eat that up.

Guess what I love best about that baby blanket???

Tea said...

Aw, the Spikester is gettin' a new home. :)

The blanket is nice! You are so normal, though, everyone complains about baby blankets.

I'm slobberin' now. I love me some turkey, too.

Cat said...

Awww give lilduckie a hug for me and tell her/him it will be okay.


kadezmom said...

YUM!!!! I have my grandma's hand grinder which really makes the job simple (too bad cleaning it isn't simple)

You're gettin' to me Melanie....I actually considered making the bluebird from the berroco email.....

hakucho said...

I thought from your title I was going to see a knitted turkey ;)

I love turkey are making me hungry :)