Thursday, October 12, 2006

Big Weekend Ahead!


I'm going to Edmonton tomorrow for a teachers' conference! I can't wait. The only sad thing is that I had to cancel class tomorrow, but then again . . . maybe my students will enjoy the break :-)

Anyway, I thought I'd write about last weekend. Today was my third day in a row eating turkey sandwiches. I have been eating roast turkey on rye every day for lunch since Thanksgiving. That's okay though seeing as I love turkey sandwiches. This year, my parents came to my house for Thanksgiving, instead of me going to there house. I found a turkey for only $7 at Safeway, so I bought it thinking that I would give it my mum to cook. However, when she heard that I bought a turkey, she totally misunderstood me and thought that I was inviting her and my dad to my house . . . and in the end I did! I made a huge Thanksgiving dinner all by myself. We had chopped turkey liver, matzo ball soup, roast turkey, mashed turnips, roast potatoes, baby brussel sprouts, turkey gravy and stuffing. I was soooo full afterwards. There was way too much turkey, even though I bought the smallest turkey I could find in Safeway. In fact, even after three days of eating turkey sandwiches, I still have some turkey left over. I guess I'll have to bring turkey sandwiches to the conference in Edmonton . . .

Well, wish me luck. I can't wait to share all the results of the survey with everyone. Keep on checking my blog because I'll put the results of the survey on here.

Enjoy the picture of my turkey!

8 comments:

adelheid said...

hmm..that looks tasty...it makes me really hungry!

Yuri said...

Isnt Thanksgiving in November? Why you eat Turky now??

mitra said...

Oh very interesting. You could bring your turkey to university too!

salia said...

hmm...good.I enjoyed eating turky in Thanksgiving this year also... I wish good luck 4 u in the conference,but do not think about turky anymore, just concentrate on ur topic...good luck

Scott said...

Adelheid, thanks for the compliment about my turkey!

Susan said...

Hi,Scott~Long time no see. How are you? It's so happy to read your blog however I am too lazy to write my blog...:p
by the way, $7 dollars for one turkey? I thought a turkey was so expensive so I never bought one. That's a big mistake~

evil_sheep said...

Holyyyyyyyyyyy
what a cooked turkey!
How cooked the turkey is!

Christine Hu said...

hi, this is Christine Hu. Long time no see, how is going? everything is fine!~~