Monday, November 30, 2009

A southern Ca-lee-fornia Thanksgiving

Number ONE- Get a Toe Job from the only sort of mani-pedi places available.
You wan get callus off? Only fie dolla moh. You want moh mass-age? Only sik dollah moh.
You want "sno frake" on da toe? Only sik dollah mo.
Is you dautta? Rook rike sistas.



The dogs played non-stop.




Men in the kitchen. Is anything better?
We had a personal chef in the form of Martie's father in law, Louie.


He made us a genuine Indonesian feast.
He made
Bamie,
Pangsit,
Krupuk,
and,
Atjar.



I will tell you right now that it was delicious.


Well, YES, I did go off my diet.


Totally worth it.




The drive home was rawther annoying, but we decided it was ALSO totally worth it.
Lexie was
de-sausted of all that playing!


8 comments:

kys said...

That meal looks scrump-dilly-icious!

My Crafty Little Page said...

Looks like a traditional Cal I For Nee Aay Thanksgiving! Who could ask for anything "moh"! :)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Lynn your Thanksgiving looks so delicious! I loved your West coast traffic photo! Glad traffic is bi-coastal..lol...only your roads aren't full of pot holes to contend with like ours.

Thanks for entering the Christmas teapot give away on my blog -- I'll be announcing the winner on Wednesday!

mbkatc230 said...

I have no idea what it is that you ate, but it looks delicious!! Glad you had a fun day. Those traffic photos give me the willies, it's getting that way here every day. And our mani/pedi place uses the same "sisters" line on Cait and I - I'll admit, the tip does get larger lol. Have a great week. Kathy

Joanne said...

Always nice to have a personal chef (we have one in the family). Look like fun - you had me laughing at the pedi reinactment. But the drive home - YIKES.

Cathy said...

The food looks soooo fantastic!! I was laughing while interpreting the pedi convo!

mama-face said...

A toe job. LOL

Love the shot of the road...parking lot?

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Ahhh....the pedi story had me cracking up....hilarious. What a perfect accent you have.

Warm blessings,
Spencer

PS....Oh.....and I DID use Ambush, but never did care for Youth Dew... :-) Whew...I guess I was at least 1/2 cool.