What do you mean it's over a week before Thanksgiving?!
how great that you are ready... da early pup gets da best things, right?
Hari OMDon't fret, it'll be here in a blink! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
It never hurts to be ready, Rosy!
It's never too early to start eating turkey. Taste away!
Niece Rosy your orange bow is adorable...if I had any turkey I'd share with youHugs Auntie HiC
Yes it's a week and a day. We'll be ready to tie on the feedbag too.Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Scritches to all the pups and my best to the mom. ♥
you can be my taste tester any time you want to.. kisses pretty girl
I agree sweet Rosy, let's eat...NOW!
Surely, a taste tester needs to get to work several days ahead of the actual event!
You look like a professional turkey taster.
Sweet girl!!! By the time you get to Thanksgiving, Rosy, you will be stuffed from all your taste testing:)Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Yep, what is Thanksviving without a LOT of food...and naps...and a parade... and football?
I bet you're the best taste tester!
At least you are ready!https://allatseawithme.blogspot.com/2020/11/wordless-wednesday-iceland.html
We like to help taste everything in the kitchen too. Thanksgiving is always a great day for that.
Just keep dreaming of turkey!!
You'd better start testing now so everything is ready right on time!
You best start taste testing now to avoid the rush.
Start the visions of turkey in our heads!Your fur-iends,Norman & Elsa 🐾
Lulu: "It's never too soon to implement a Thanksgiving food safety inspection regime!"
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