Monday, November 22, 2010


5 comments:

Deborah said...

OOOOoooo, an eco-friendly turkey. Does that make him organic? Happy preparing day! **kisskiss** Deb

yoborobo said...

He's a lucky turkey - perhaps Irish? :) Somehow, looking at this, I am very glad our turkeys aren't green. LOL! Why would that make any difference to me? It's not like I see the feathers while I am preparing it (thankfully!). Happy Thanksgiving, my friend! xox Pam

martinealison said...

Il est vert de peur ??? Je l'aime beaucoup...
Bises

Jan said...

Yes, I was thinking maybe this is the St. Patricks day turkey?
It appears to be snowing on your blog, what is that about? Or are my eyes dazzled by the snow outside my window?

Sympathy for The Devil said...

heheh, im glad you love my cat and mouse ;)
thank you for the lovely comments!

"Go green!" said the turkey.

ive never eaten a turkey before... let alone a green one
xD