Friday Fillins

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1. I can’t wait to eat turkey and pumpkin pie with real whipped cream on Thanksgiving.

2. My favorite kind of pie is hmmm, that depends on your definition of ‘pie – it’s either chicken-pot-pie OR anything with real whipped cream.

 

m33. This year, I am particularly thankful for my family and furiends.

4. A funny holiday tradition in my/our house is that Christmas gifts be made (or, on a rare occasion purchased) prior to Thanksgiving…. They do this so they have plenty of time to get the needed bits and pieces… They mainly purrfer to make things because it gifts something special... this might not be very good for those who aren’t very talented at making things, but my staff is quite competent.

This post is purrticipating in a blog hop hosted by McGuffy’s Reader & 15andmeowing Yesterday, they asked these 4 fill in the blank questions:happy-1992300__340

1. I can’t wait to eat _______________ on Thanksgiving.

2. My favorite kind of pie is __________________.

3. This year, I am particularly thankful for __________________.

4. A funny holiday tradition in my/our house is __________________.

21 thoughts on “Friday Fillins

    1. I have never considered gifting them with a primo mouse … years ago – prior to Purrseidon being born – I gifted them with a couple squirrels. These were in trade for the delicious roast chicken, but they didn’t seem to appreciate my gifts, so now, I give purrs. =^.^=

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    1. It is also a lot of fun to make things. Ms. Ellen also makes gifts.. I know this for a fact because Purrseidon and I have been the recipients of her lovely creations. =^.^=

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  1. 15andmeowing

    Thank you both for these great answers. I hope you get some turkey and whipped cream Purrseidon. And Mr. M., we are thankful for your friendship. That is a great tradition, I am sure the gifts are much more meaningful. Have a nice weekend! XO

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    1. Momma Kat, I for one, am not convinced that store-bought cream is actual cream … it simply doesn’t smell the same. Whipped cream is simple – put it in the Kitchenaid, then push the whip button… when peaks stand up, add a tiny bit of sugar and whip just a little more…. and that’s it for the making… You can then dollop it on, or if you want to get fancy, you can put it in a pastry bag (or ziplock bag, then cut a hole in a corner…. Regardless, I’m sure my dear furiend Bear would love to lick the bowl. =^,^=

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      1. Primary lesson: how to obtain everything from well-trained staff. Standard lesson: how to let staff cook a yummy salmon meal. Ultimate lesson: how to properly cuddle you softly and gently 😛
        Pawkisses ❤
        Sid

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