Monday, November 29, 2010

Zen Monday: #122


Well.

It's Zen Monday, and I'm kind of tired of the old patter I usually give here. If this is your first Monday visit, the idea is this: I keep quiet while you let the photo speak to you.

Tell us what you think in the comments.
There's no right or wrong, we're here to have fun.

17 comments:

Clifford Beshers said...

We ship happiness. With fiber!

Irina said...

I need to go shopping to buy small presents, the holiday in only 1 month ahead!

Joanne said...

Hm, especially after Thanksgiving and all its leftovers, time to walk off some of that bulk ;)

Margaret said...

Hold on. Is this about my weight?

Bellis said...

The liposuction clinic's celebrating all the trade they'll get in January.

Vanda said...

Have an Abdominous New Year!

Dianne Emley said...

Don't they mean: "Celebrate Holiday Bulk"?

Pasadena Adjacent said...

no verbally clever responses. The artist in me is drawn to the composition here.

ben wideman said...

I'm looking forward to adding some holiday bulk!

altadenahiker said...

I think I'm failing zen again.

Mister Earl said...

But zen again, Hiker, you may not be.

TheChieftess said...

Hmmmm...Dianne's "Celebrate Holiday Bulk" get's my vote...but Clifford's shipping "happiness with fiber" sounds a bit healthier!!!

Jean Spitzer said...

I took care of that this past weekend.

Now I'm trying to de-bulk.

Speedway said...

It makes me want to sing a holiday carol. I haven't got all the words, but it begins/ends with "and a parsnip in a tasty puree!"

Ms M said...

Here's to the brie puffs, the stuffed mushrooms, the stuffing stuffing the turkey, the (garlic & sour cream) mashed potatoes, the gravy, the homemade rolls (with real butter), the (kaluha) pecan pie....and the leftovers.

TheChieftess said...

Mmmmm...I think I want an invitation to MsM's house for Christmas!!! Kahlua pecan pie...sounds sinful!!!

wv: emotive...I do get emotive over tasty treats!!!

Petrea said...

It seems we'll celebrate anything: holiday towels, holiday lawnmowers, holiday paperclips, holiday weed-whackers, holiday lawn furniture, holiday pedicures, holiday trucks, holiday trash pick-up, holiday ransom notes, holiday needle-nose pliers, holiday binges, holiday landslides, holiday invasions and holiday bulk.

Happy holidays!