Christmas Card Time

I am getting ready to head off to Krakow, Poland for trip number 9. It is the Christmas Season and I know there will be plenty outside of work to keep me occupied. Last Christmas I asked anyone who reads this blog if they wanted a Christmas Card from Poland. If they did, I tried my best to send one out. I have also done that with Postcards.

So here it goes again. If you are interested in receiving a Christmas Card or Postcard from yours truly from Krakow, Poland please post a comment and I will do my best to send you one or the other. If you are lucky, you might get both.

Please comment with the following information:
Name
Address
City, State Zip
email address.
Whether you want a Christmas Card or Postcard.

You information will not be posted for all to see as all comments are moderated.

Dead DVD

A few day ago I wanted to watch a movie and I got an error message and thought that the DVD was all messed up. Last night I tried to watch another movie and the error happened again. I tried a few more and realized that my DVD has died. It loads, but the read does not seem to work.

I guess I need to add a DVD player to my list of things I want.

What I want for Christmas.

If you are one of the 10-20 that frequent my blog, including family and friends you noticed a tab on the left listing all the item I want. Well, it is not their right now. I am currently working on updating the list as it has not been updated for over a year.

Check back later to see what I have on my list of “Things I want”. I might even update the “In My Ipod” List.

Turducken

While surfing the internet this weekend, I came across this new little food. I am always trying to find something new to try for the holidays. Traditions are good, but sometimes you need to add something to the mix to change it up a bit. I think what I found this weekend would be a great thing to try out. It is called turducken.

Below found at Wikipedia:

A turducken (“TURkey-DUck-chiCKEN”) is a de-boned turkey stuffed with a de-boned duck, which itself is stuffed with a small de-boned chicken. The cavity of the chicken and the rest of the gaps are filled with, at the very least, a highly seasoned breadcrumb mixture or sausage meat, although some versions have a different stuffing for each bird. Some recipes call for the turkey to be stuffed with a chicken which is then stuffed with a duckling. It is also called a chuckey.

I know it is too late to get this for Thanksgiving, so I will have to wait until Christmas. If anyone has ever had one, please let me know as I have found a few different variations on the type of stuffing.

Check them out at: Joeys, BuyLouisiana.com, Turducken King there were many more out there.

Moon Bounce

While at my sisters for the Baptism reception we noticed that their neighbors had one of those moon bounce thingies. Nico’s pop asked the neighbor if it was ok for us to do a little jumping on the moon bounce. It was fun, but it was very cold to be walking around without shoes on.


Godfather

Today was the day little Nico got Baptized. He had his special outfit and was Baptized at St Louis Catholic Church here in Memphis, TN.

Below is a photo on Me, Rina Maria and Nico.

Loofa

If you watch any TV at all, you have probably seen the PetSmart commercial where the little dog walks around with it little loofa toy. I have been trying to find it for my pups and until recently have not been able to find it. I was never sure whether it was at PetSmart or PetCo. I finally found it at PetSmart. To see the actual commercial go to PetSmart Movie.

To get your pup its own Loofa go to PetSmart. This toy has lasted longer than any other dog toy my pooches have used. Good luck finding one at a local store. They only had one and I grabbed it.