Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Bedtime Games

Bedtime Games
Installment 49

Make your best guess and.... GO TO BED!
Answer revealed tomorrow.  
I want a holiday with a scene
Of green, green and green(...)

I will travel continents across and in-between
And also to any place that I have never been
I will make it routine 
Just to see green, green and green
Copyright 2006 - Sylvia Chidi 
http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/green-green-and-green/
Too hard, too easy, you are a difficult bunch to get just right.  I was impressed with the broccoli guess. Elephant toes...hmmm.


Parsley, fresh from the garden. They say it cleanses your palate and freshens your breath. I cook with it, but would never eat it straight. Yuk.


Since I am this week's winner, and in the spirit of the holiday, I'll share my prize. Parsley, chives and hens and chicks for the taking.

15 comments:

OrbsCorbs said...

The fungus in my kitchen sponge.

DodgeBoy said...

I'm gonna guess Broccoli.

Tender Heart Bear said...

It is some kind of a plant or flower!

SER said...

Guacamole dip

drewzepmeister said...

Mold?

OrbsCorbs said...

I know, I know, it's that stuff at the back of my refrigerator.

SER said...

Slow natives between elephant toes

Mary said...

Well, it's something green and I'm going to say it's a tomato plant.
I was going to go with my first response but it wasn't an answer, mostly holy crap KK, you've outdone yourself again.

Toad said...

I was not going to guess, but SER already got It.

Mary said...

Ha! The prize should go to KK this week as she out fooled us all.

OrbsCorbs said...

Good one, kk.

Toad said...

That's terrible. I love Parsley. What Is the red stuff In your photo?

kkdither said...

Toad, I think you are seeing the wood table through it. This was a very tough shoot. I took many. Most of them were either too blurry (can you believe it could be worse?) Or it was clearly evident what it was. The real trick is to to find something that is questionable, but still discernible.

jedwis said...

Dang, I was going to guess parsley too...oh well, I'm always late, in fact, my ancestors arrived on the June Flower.

Toad said...

Jed, Who the hell eats Parsley?