Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Did anyone eat a turducken this year? Hoo – first time I’ve heard of that. Sounds way too hard.
Here’s what I’m thankful for this year: (try it, it’s fun!)
Cindy, and all I learn from her
elders, the (is it bad to be self-referential?)
food migration – a great blog
hello kitty desktop vacuum – for those nasty eraser remains that plauge artists worldwide
infospigot – another great blog
jack my precious nephew
karma salon, teresa specifically, who makes me realize the importance of good hair
lorraine – aka mom, amazing at 81 years of age.
madeline, my adorable niece who turns 4 next week
pat aka lydell aka my pal
quid pro quo – otherwise known as the barter system. I love trading art for stuff!
Sit Stay Read
vertigo (sometimes its fun to be dizzy!)
wine, an eternal source of inspiration
xistential thought (ok I know that’s cheating)
yams (or is it sweet potatoes and who can really tell me the difference?)
zappos – the best shoe vendor ever
2 thoughts on “Greetings”
As this year’s representative for the Letter I: Cool. If that’s cool to say.
Turducken is a new word to me but it seems to have arrived in the UK because our supermarkets are offering something like it for Christmas.
The Russian doll concept in roasts goes back a long way; there’s an example here.