Friday, November 23, 2012
Leftovers Make Me Hiccup
After everyone has stuffed themselves as full as the turkey, you've got…Leftovers!
What to do with them?
I've heard it all:
Avocado Turkey salad
I'm eating mashed potatoes for a week. My 6-year-old is eating corn for a week. My husband's eating the chorizo stuffing. Sadly, the dogs still get dog food. For some reason the dogs turn up their noses on Grandma's classic stuffing.
Don't get me wrong, I'm a thankful kinda' girl. I'm thankful I've been married for 21 years to a great guy. I'm thankful for my ten-year-old who is a pretty smart guy, my high-maintenance six-year-old. (Yes, he's high-maintenance. I'm 44. He's 6. And he's got sensory issues. I'm burnt out.)
Me and 6-year-old
I'm thankful I have the gift of writing. I'm thankful for my church. I'm thankful I have a great sister, Christine, and 3 great friends, Idgy, Alyssa, and Karen that I've known since high school. I'm thankful for all the online friends I've made on my writing journey.
I just don't know what to do with my leftovers.
What do you do with yours?
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