I 'thawt' you might like to know how the thawing of the 'old bird' went. And yes, once again, I'm referring to the turkey and not my dear ex.
You will be thrilled to know that the turkey did indeed turn out succulent and juicy. I can measure the success of how well it turned out by the noticeable lack of white meat left in the fridge. A certain young man is most partial to the white meat on the turkey.
And jiggle my giblets. The wrapper on the turkey stated that it "serves 8-10". Really? 8-10 Munchkins, maybe.
I recall that one year when I cooked the turkey upside down. No, not me! What I mean is that I inadvertently stuck the turkey in the oven the wrong way round. I also recall, much to my delight, that turkey cooked just fine.
We had a nice, peaceful Christmas. I ate in the living room and attempted to watch some television. Television was crap and by seven at night, I said to heck with it and went to bed. I'm grateful I'm under no pressure to do the social scene.
This will be a very short posting. Now we can look forward, with realistic positive anticipation, to a better, more uplifting New Year.
Before I go, there will be some of you who link into the following blog and may have not realised that this writer,'W.M.Morrell's Musings From Down Under.' has done a recent posting. Unfortunately, she has encountered some internet problems and thus, I would like to draw your attention to her latest article, which can be found here: Support Fellow Writers By Buying A Book For Christmas.
Thank you and I 'thawt' I should let you know how grateful I am for your positive interaction.