Friday, November 24, 2006

Friday Feast #119 - 11/24/06

Have you ever changed a flat tire by yourself?
I've had two flat tires since I've been driving...the first one I tried to change by myself but couldn't get the hubcap off...I was excited that I could actually get the car jacked up. ;) Thankfully about that time, a good samaritan and a cop both showed up to help me. The second time I was pregnant and I figured if I couldn't change a tire when I wasn't pregnant, there was no way that I'd be able to do it when I was pregnant so I didn't even bother to try. A state highway truck came by about 5 minutes after I had stopped on the side of the road and changed the tire for me.

Do you have an "innie" or an "outie" belly button?
Innie...except when I'm pregnant. ;)

Name a new paint color and describe it.
Hmm...haven't a clue.

Main Course
What is your favorite holiday tradition?
For Thanksgiving it would be having the normal meal each year...turkey (both oven baked and deep fried), stuffing, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, watergate salad, veggies, rolls and lots of yummy desserts...pumpkin pie & apple pie.

For Christmas it would be setting up our Christmas village. DH sets up the village each year and I love how he makes it in layers.

At the request of several people, I've updated to include a picture of our village.

If you were a cookie, what kind of cookie would you be, and why?
Chocolate chip because they tend to be a nice comfort least in my view.

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Caylynn said...

Yummy feast! :) I like your main course and dessert. Your Christmas Village sounds very cool - you'll have to post some photos when it's up this year. :)

Chocolate chip cookies all always yummy. :)

Happy Friday and have a good weekend.:)

Nadiah Alwi said...

Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Yum yum yum!


Susanna said...

Yep, those chocolate chips are proving to be popular! It is lovely to build family traditions in the holidays isn't it. Yummy feaast.

Connie and Rob said...

My husband would love to come over and help you set up your village. He would just love to have one.

Very nice feast.

Take care,
Mine is up.

UKZoe said...

I've wanted a Christmas village for years, but out budget doesn't allow for it :-(

Sanni said...

A very *yummy* feast. Your main course is wonderful. Please post some pics!

Enjoy your weekend...

Sanni from Germany

Celfyddydau said...

Love your feast. The turkey dinner sounds yummy

Sweet Kitty said...

Nice feast.
Have a great weekend.
Greetings from Germany,

P.S: Mine's up too.

Sanni said...

This village is awesome!!! Yesterday our "Christmas Market" started in Germany - this means you can visit many market stands selling handicrafts till Christmas... (and drink some mulled wine of course =)!)
There are a few stands selling small houeses for the villages, but I haven´t seen ANY stand (even in full decoration) as beautiful as YOUR village... Thanks for sharing the pic and for stopping by to tell it´s up =)

Cat said...

Great feast, thanks for sharing! Mine's up too if you get a chance.


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