Hello to my bloggy friends and family! I am overexposed in this photo to wish you all a happy thanksgiving. This year I am thankful for my ticker that takes a licking and keeps on ticking. For my brudder and sister who protect me from harm, usually from myself. And for my apes who think I'm the bee's knees even when I'm stubborn and get up at 3 a.m. and even when I need my ma ape to sleep on the floor with me during the thunderstorms. I am also grateful for all of my friends who leave me wonderful comments (and especially my girlfriends and my bromances) even when I'm lazy and can't get around to visiting everyone. And I am also grateful for a new Thanksgiving tradition we started this year...
Lambs and yams! My ma ape has been meaning to get me something special-like for the holidays and this year she got me A LAMB LEG!
Look at Oscar! He's squinching his eyes so he can open them up and be sure he's not dreaming.
Here's a perspective photo so you can see how big the leg is (or, conversely, how short I am). Ma ape, I think the leg goes the other way round.
Here it is cut up and in our dinner bowls--lambs and yams!
Yup--that's the Wally bowl! With my lamb prepared just how I like it--RAW!
Ethel enjoyed hers.
Oscar is ecstatic.
I could have nommed all day on that leg!
And this is what apes eat:
It is tofurkey and mushroom gravies and stuffings and yamnapples and brussels sprouts. And also champagne from Washington state which is also where my ma ape found me.
I hope everyone had a thanksgiving as wonderful as mine.