This is one of the two geese that I made. They actually have really long wing tips, but it kind of creeped me out, so I'm pretending that these were "trimmed"! Seriously, it would have looked like a Pterodactyl if I left them long!!!
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umnumnum! and gratz again ;)ReplyDelete
ñam, ñammmmmmm, que buen aspecto tiene, muy real. Abrazos.ReplyDelete
Congratulations for your IGMA!! well deserved, RosannaReplyDelete
Muy bueno el ganso!.ReplyDelete
Kiva muchas felicidades por su nuevo estatus de
Su trabajo es escepcional y se lo merece!
Many congratulations to your IGMA fellow!!!You really deserved it,hugs,JeannetteReplyDelete
YEA!!! Thank you so much, everyone!!ReplyDelete
Carmen, muchas gracias!! Acabo de googled algunas fotos de un ganso asado y lo hizo frente a la computadora!
Teresa, que será el próximo! Gracias, cariño!
Hi Kiva, congratulation to your IGMA Fellow!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Karin!! I am relieved, because it took nealry a week to find out! I was in agony the entire time....running to the mail box, checking my email, the whole bit!Sandi Palesch knows all too well ;-). She is such an amazing friend and SOOOO supportive, I love her!ReplyDelete
How can anything creep you out, Kiva? You are the Queen of the creepies! :):).ReplyDelete
Susan, you know I love the creep factor, but I just wasn't sure someone who wanted a straight up goose would want those long things, lol!!!!ReplyDelete
It never dawned on me before, but I think they sometimes remove that entire tip. If you google roasted goose, there are some that look like it's missing entirely. The next one I make, I'll include the Pterodactyl tips :-D!!!