Ever consider what pets must think of us? I mean, here we come back from a grocery store with the most amazing haul – chicken, pork, half a cow. They must think we’re the greatest hunters on earth! ~~Anne Tyler
My 4-year old and I recently bought our first rotisserie chicken from Costco. The car smelled divine, the entire ride home. All I could think about was eating that chicken; little did I know my daughter was having the same thoughts. As soon as we walked through our door, my daughter asked, “When can we eat? I’m starving for some of that chicken!” I laughed and we both held our breaths as we opened the plastic lid. To say we tore into the chicken would be an understatement. 🙂
The chicken was beyond tender. My daughter grabbed one of the legs and the soft meat just pulled away from the bone. After her first bite, with a dreamy look in her eyes, “Mama, it melts in my mouth like butter!”
We finished off both legs and thighs, and as I was closing the lid, to pop the rest in the fridge, I heard my little one utter, “I wish chickens had more legs!”
This is an arts & crafts resource from The Mailbox, a really awesome site for fun activities!
“These dandelion look-alikes confirm that spring has sprung!
To begin, cut three stems and several leaves from green paper.
Glue the cutouts to a 9” x 12” sheet of dark blue construction paper.
Next, glue a narrow strip of fringed, green paper to the lower edge of the project to resemble grass.
To make the fluffy dandelion heads, dot a circle of glue at the top of each stem; then pull tiny tufts from a cotton ball and press them into the glue.
If desired, glue a few tufts blowing in the breeze.”
Lisa Simpson: “I’m going to become a vegetarian.”
Homer Simpson: “Does that mean you’re not going to eat any pork?”
Lisa: “Yes, Dad.”
Lisa: “Dad, all those meats come from the same animal.”
Homer: “Right Lisa, some wonderful, magical animal!”
My thoughts exactly, Homer! 🙂
Anyone who can only think of one way to spell a word, obviously lacks imagination. ~~Mark Twain