Senor Boyer gives these suckers to good students. They are chicken suckers. They are shaped like a raw roasting chicken.
I don't want to try one. I"m told they taste sweet with a hint of chili pepper.
If Al every gets to fly home today, (cancelled flights due to our thunderstorms) I am making Ina Garten's Butterflied Chicken for dinner. Now that's a chicken I will try.
She's also worthy of fresh flowers in the kitchen.
I have no new knitting to show. I can report, however, that the swaps are nearly finished. We are waiting for Sarah to play next.
Grace has played and the envelope is headed back home to me.
If you haven't seen Nancy 's swap scarf at Wyoming Breezes, head over. Its great.
Now no one needs to fall over, but I finished a book last night.
Homer's Odyssey by Gwen Cooper was gifted to me by Kathy at Fancy Stitching. There were several riveting chapters. Gwen was unable to get to her cats after 9/11 and that chapter was particularly tough to read.
We do think our pets are like our babies. We do feel they are family. I feel for anyone in a disaster who cannot get to their pets.
Has this happened to you?