Monday, November 22, 2010

Giving Thanks

I have so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. I have a furever home, good food, a pillowtop mattress to sleep on; but the thing I'm most thankful for is having peeps that give me a plethora of subjects to blog about. With the crazy stuff that goes on here, I never have to worry about where my next blog is coming from. I'm gonna go back in time to talk  about a Thanksgiving mishap from before my blogging days.

You've all heard of Mrs. Smith's pies?

Every year TW makes a couple of pumpkin pies, usually before I wake up and without incidence. Of course, there was that year when she spilled half of the pie on the over door but that's for another Thanksgiving blog. For some reason—maybe there was a good enough sale, coupled with a coupon—but Pop decided to try a Mrs. Smith pumpkin pie. They threw it in the freezer until they felt like having some.

Let's not tell the peeps that they have to BAKE this pie. Let's see if they read the instructions. Shhhh! I'll watch from far away.

Can't wait to get me some pumpkin pie!
Anyone who guessed they didn't even look at the instructions WINS! Pop brought the pie over to the table, opened it up and—TA DAAAA—there was liquid pumpkin all over the floor. Cue the clean-up committee.

Thank You, peeps for always making this blog a fun place for my furrends to come and visit. StunningKeisha has been visited over 1200 times this year and for this I'm also thankful. Make no mistake about it: I'm thankful for all the furrends I've made during my year and a half on Twitter. Without my furrends and followers, there would be no blog.  I love each and every one of you. OK, I love some more than others, but that's only cos they leave comments here all the time and stoke my large ego. xoxo

Happy Thanksgiving and enjoy your turkey.

Love, Cathy Keisha

ADDENDUM

A lot of you guys have inquired about those big orange rocks that light up. You can buy them at the Himalayan Salt Shop. Right now they're running a sale and by using the code: freeship, you can get free retail ground shipping on any order over $200. You can also use the code holiday2010 to save 15% on any purchase, regardless of order total. Note: this is NOT a paid advertisement.

You also probably have noticed I've added pages for my co-stars and for some of my favorite shelters. And, if you would be so kind, click on a few of my ads, so TW doesn't have to go back to work and she can continue to be at my beck-and-call full-time. Check out the toys that keep me amused on the sidebar on the right. With the holidays coming up, you may find them interesting. But most of all, keep laughing, it's good for the soul.

15 comments:

Peggy Frezon said...

I hope you get a baked pumpkin pie this year! Happy Thanksgiving!

Sparkle said...

I have a lot to be grateful for too! Not the least of which is a human who DOES know that pumpkin pies need to be baked! ;-)

Karen Jo said...

That's a good story. I hope that you get a real pumpkin pie this year.

Mariodacat said...

And - you did it again CK. We're leaving your bloggy in hysterics. he he - Hope your peeps remember to bake the pumpkin pie dis year.

CrazyFusa said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I'm thankful for friends like you. Hope you have a wonderful day and get lots of turkey.
Fusa

Pumpkinpuddy said...

I love coming over here. I always leave laughing! Happy Thanksgiving my furriend, and I hope your pumpkin pie is properly baked this year. MOL

Brian said...

I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving! I really don't like pumpkin pie...but the whipped cream is yummy!

Caren Gittleman said...

We are very, very thankful for YOU! Our year was made that much better by becoming friends with you!

We loved your expression watching your Mom and Dad with the liquid pumpkin....they should have asked YOU what to do right?

We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!
Love from Caren and Cody xoxoxo

Bruce said...

I think I'd prefer a nice big fat juicy fish pie! Enjoy your pumpkin & Happy Thanksgiving!
your pal,
Bruce:)

sagechronicles said...

Mom was laughing out loud about the pumpkin pie incident. You can be in charge of pie baking next year!

Clarissa said...

We are still laughing over the pumpkin pie incident. Our mom is culinarily challenged herself. She burned Rice-A-Roni once during the B.C. (Before Cats) era. We hope this past Thanksgiving was good for you and yours and that the pumpkin pie had been baked first! MOL

Cat said...

Hello Cathy Keisha, we understand that you are a new member of the tuxedo gang...welcome :-)

Brian said...

Thanks for putting up the Team Moosie badge, I appreciate you!!!

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Hi Cathy Keisha! We just came over from the Tuxedo Gang Hideout! It is very nice to meet you!!

Herbie said...

My peeps have started reading ur blogs out loud so that we can all enjoy them. This one didn't disappoint! And the photo of u waiting patiently for ur pie is awesome. xoxo