Feline Friday Fillins

20181111_1708321. I have been busy raising Tallie and purrparing for the holidays.

2. Have you planned your Thanksgiving menu, yet?

3. I always purrpare for the holidays this time of year.

4. The world could use more positive thoughts and actions.

This post is purrticipating in a blog hop hosted by Ms. Ellen of 15and meowing and Ms. Lorianne of Fourleggedfurballs. Yesterday, they asked these questions. (Ms. Ellen asked the first two fill-in-the-blank questions and Ms. Lorianne the later two – our answers are underlined.) If you don’t want to write a blog post, you can simply answer in the comments section. These were the original questions:3b88575f-aac8-403b-b7fc-5cf80c4f9b68

1. I have been ______________________ for ____________________.

2. Have you __________________?

3. I always _________ this time of year.

4. The world could use more _________.

This post is also purrticipating in Ms. Sandee’s Comedy Plus’s Feline Friday Blog Hop.

Have a great day!

13 thoughts on “Feline Friday Fillins

  1. L.M.G. Miller

    Thank you for joining in on the Friendly Fill-Ins, Purrseidon! I’ve been preparing for the holidays, too, but I bet I’d be doing a lot better job of it if I had someone like you to help me. You seem like a purrfect pro. Purrs!

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    1. Ms. Lorianne I’m very honored that you think I’m a pro. I just try to do my best and I love, love, love the lights and ornaments.The food is yummy, too.


  2. 15andmeowing

    Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. I agree with #4. I am trying to prepare for the holidays too 🙂 Have a nice weekend! XO

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    1. Yum!!!! I hear that canned cranberries are tasty, but if you have the chance, you should really try mom’s recipe – she’s made it for years and years … it is simple and humans rave over it.
      1 bag fresh cranberries
      1 navel orange
      1 small box of jello (mom likes raspberry best, but any red is fine)
      walnuts are optional
      The night before you plan to serve, wash the cranberries and check for bad ones, wash the orange and quarter it….
      —- Now this part is super important because it is when I sometimes manage to score a dropped cranberry —
      Run the berries and orange quarter (peels and all) through the food processor’s blade-thingy, Pour the chopped fruit into a bowl you can cover and mix in the jello and optional nuts. Refrigerate overnight.
      And that is it.


  3. Great job on the fill-ins, Purrseidon. You always do these so well.

    We do have our Thanksgiving menu done. We’re having filet mignon, potatoes and gravy, broccoli and garlic bread. Very simple.

    Thank you for joining the Feline Friday Blog Hop.

    Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. My best to your mom. ♥

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    1. Ms. Sandee, that sounds delicious! We’re still trying to decide between turkey and ham. The only thing I can guarantee is that the mom will make cranberry sauce — it is a staple of the holidays. I can confirm that dropped cranberries are dandy soccer balls.

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