hapy darina

it me darina and i hapy
i hapy cuz i got to hav lots nummy food las nit
lots of turkee and ham
that wat we always hav to eat on crismas
did yu merican peple kno dat bout europeans
thay eat turkey well UK and ireland do
not sure bout everywher else
but las nit at the partee
we had turkey and ham
mash tato vegebles and gravy
stufing and roast potato
and thay even served fries on the side
hahaha that was funy
i like fries
i ate a buncha them
then for dessert we had crismas puding
wif cream and it was nise
i was so full i thot i wuld burst
i like food ha
i lik to tast all the yummy food wen we go ote
wat yu eat for crismas diner guys
darina

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Author: manyofus1980

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “hapy darina”

  1. Well, Darina, you ate what I ate for Thanksgiving. We also eat turkey and ham for Christmas as well. I don’t kinow what I will have as I don’t know where I’m going for Christmas dinner. I also like French fries. Yum! I’ve never had Christmas pudding as that’s not something you see much in the U.s.

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  2. It’s so nice you had so much yummy food, Darina. 🙂 We in Poland also eat turkey on Christmas. Well, I don’t think it’s traditional here, but my Mum always makes it for us. We don’t eat it on Christmas Eve though, only on Christmas, because traditionally we don’t eat meat on Christmas Eve. I’ll be spending Christmas with my family. We always have lots of yummy food during Christmas. We always have pierogi on Christmas and Christmas Eve, pierogi are sort of dumplings filled with a stuffing, Christmas stuffing is usually cabbage with mushrooms and it’s really yummy. We have a lot of dishes with mushrooms on Christmas in Poland. Also people eat lots of fish here at this time of year. I am sure my Mum will also make a vegetable salad, which is just delicious. And we’ll probably have borsch to drink, it’s a soup, but you can also make it more thin and just drink it. My Mum’s borsch is extremely spicy which I like. We have also many different Christmas foods, but I’m not sure what else we’ll have this year. As for deserts we will have one big ginger bread with chocolate and little ginger breads with lemon frosting which my sis ZOfijka will bake, she’s 10. I think you’d like them. We will also have a poppy seed cake and lots of fruits. I hope you’ll have a lot of great food on Christmas too. 🙂

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  3. My daughter and I are having roast duck with vegetables and then a dessert that’s made from gingernut biscuits and sherry and cream that we used to have when I was a kid. It’s the middle of summer here and so it’s a bit weird that people still do the full roast dinner thing for Christmas. Seriously, no-one should have to have the oven on when it’s 35˚ outside. But I love roast duck so I’ll put up with being all hot and sweaty. When I used to live in Sydney we’d do a cold seafood platter and then pavlova with strawberries and raspberries for Christmas dinner, and then we’d swim in the pool all afternoon.

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