|A little bit of dog park action on Thanksgiving morning|
Friday, November 26, 2010
I Like Turkey Day
Two turkeys (roast and smoked), ham, cranberry sauce, gravy, sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, sausage stuffing, corn, brussel sprouts, steamed broccoli, raw veggie platter, sesame challah, and four kinds of pies: coconut cream, pecan, banana cream and custard pie. My favorite? HAM. I have never had this before. It was sooooooooooooooo good that I didn't bother eating the turkey. Dad made a plate for me in the backyard. I wasn't allowed indoors. They are not dog people, not our house, their rules. It wasn't bad, I got to play around the yard. I was curious to be indoors though because I like to hang out with humans. Mom set up my crate with toys. I can see my parents through the sliding door. Mom played kickball with me once and tossed me a couple of small cheese cubes. Every half an hour or so, 1 or 2 men would come out and kept me company while they were smoking. That's also when I tried to sneak inside the house every time the smokers come in and out. After the football game, Dad walked me around the neighborhood for half an hour. But let me tell you again about the ham---it's delicious! I could eat it daily. I was so happy that Dad gave me so much ham. He was rather disappointed that I didn't eat the turkey wing. Good thing says my Mom because I am not suppose to have cooked bones. I ate a little bit of broccoli and sweet potatoes. I ignored the mashed and the sausage stuffing. Ham, ham, ham, that's my new favorite human food. Going home, we got lost because instead of back tracking, Dad took a different route. That's when Mom and Dad were talking loudly and my cue to creep back into my den. Must tune out sparring parents. LOL No pictures during Thanksgiving dinner, Mom was busy yacking with the peeps.