Monday, February 2, 2009

Give me some veggie love!



The sensual feast continues in full fervor over at The Green Light District with Emerald's gorgeous, luscious salad course and a warming wintertime cocktail!

I love thinking about digging my hands into the thick, loamy garden soil and growing my own sustenance. Very sexy indeed! Sexy like this hot garden gnome.



Enjoy the green goodness & follow the rainbow over to Sommer's tomorrow for dessert!

I don't want this feast to ever end. There are a couple of days left. Don't miss a single bite!

Feast Schedule:

Tuesday, February 3—Dessert
Host: Sommer Marsden 
http://smutgirl.blogspot.com/

Wednesday, February 4--Petit Fours and truffles
Host: Nikki Magennis 
http://nikkimagennis.blogspot.com/



11 comments:

Emerald said...

"I don't want this feast to ever end."

I hear you! It has been SUCH a delight. Thank you so much to you and Donna for concocting it. :)

Looking forward to see you at the salad course!

Neve Black said...

Hi there green goddess,
The first image above gives new meaning to the term, veggie delight. And the second...gnomes...I love garden gnomes.

Jeremy Edwards said...

Neighbor: Do you wanna go bowling? Do you, huh, do you?

Protagonist: Can't you see I'm trying to eat my fuckin' broccoli?

By the way, I love your current top-o'-the-blog picture—what a striking pink, violet, and yellow tableau!

And your ecstatic "Hello, universe!" is still resonating in my head and reverberating through my bones.

Erobintica said...

That picture would get anyone to eat their veggies!

It will be months until I can get dirt under my fingernails (like, around May) and my poor garden gnome is under snow somewhere.

This has been a wonderful feast for the senses and it's not even over yet. Thank you Kirsten for being one of it's thinkeruppers!

Donna said...

I LOVE that veggie love picture, Kirsten, healthy and naughty at the same time. Now I'm definitely juiced!

I second Jeremy's comments on the top-o-the-blog pic, too.

Craig Sorensen said...

Yeah, the hot veggie love image is great, but I gotta give it up for the "Garden Gnome with Gattitude" (that last G is silent.)

He's awesome. Is there a hottie gnome to keep him company?

Kirsten Monroe said...

Hi Everyone,

What a glorious garden of delights over at Emerald's today! So fitting for the "Green Light District" too!

Neve -- I love the gnomes too! Did you see Amelie? The traveling gnome is so cool.

Jeremy -- I can't go bowling either. I'm busy spooning the spuds!

Hi Robin, your gnome must be feeling horny as heck and spring feverish under his snow blanket!

Hi Donna! Whew! What a party. Thanks for compliments Donna & Jeremy on the top-o-blog photo. Amazing what you can get out of an ordinary tree and a blue sky.

Hi Craig, I am now obsessed with finding a lover for little Mr. Gattitude! I WILL find her, though he might have to settle for an earth spirit or a fairy queen or something. I don't seem to be finding many gnome babes.

Emerald said...

"That picture would get anyone to eat their veggies!"

Lol!

Thanks so much for coming by today, KM. I had so much fun and naturally it was a delight to have you there.

Let's have a progressive blog feast every month! Lol. ;)

Erobintica said...

I am now obsessed with finding a lover for little Mr. Gattitude! I WILL find her, though he might have to settle for an earth spirit or a fairy queen or something. I don't seem to be finding many gnome babes.

She hangs on my Christmas tree each year. She's been single so long - I got her almost 30 years ago (when gnomes were first hot) - but never could find a Mr. Gnome to go with her. :-(

I always loved the sex stuff in the Gnome book. Anyone else here old enough to remember that? Gnomes in hot tubs. Hahaha

Jeremy Edwards said...

I remember the gnome book. I even remember trolls!

Erobintica said...

trolls! OMG - I had trolls - there may still be one somewhere in a box somewhere in the basement - too funny