It's that time of year again...time to get the big bird ready in celebration of one of our favorite holidays. And why is it a favorite? It involves a great deal of FOOD.......
And it should not go without saying that, at this special time of year, we honor one of the lesser known, but nonetheless, very important 4-pawed passengers aboard the Mayflower, Sir Miles Pugish. Sir Pugish is indeed one of Genevieve's own forefathers who fled the oppression of the English in 1620. Feeling the journey to an unknown land, with no certain availability of Iams kibble, Greenie Lite, or other special dog treats, he made the difficult decision to leave a part of the family in England. The rest of the story is for another time, but on this holiday, we take time to remember this brave pug.
Mom made a roast beef and all we got was this.........
Hey, it's EMPTY!!
She says it's the first time she's tried this.
It smelled sooooo yummy all afternoon. But he tall ones ate almost ALL of it! No fair. Mom was very suprised the humans ate so much, and actually asked for more. (What???? who's house are we in? Surely not mine!)
So we did get some yummy beef leftovers, but not as much as we would have liked.
OK, MOM, you get two four paws up! That one IS a "Do over"........please.