Posted by: freshbakednews | November 18, 2008

Making Wishes – Wishbone Wishing – Installment 4

Today is the 18th and I’m right on time (surprisingly) to remind some of us how to wish.  My first few installments have included dandelion wishing, birthday candle wishing and shooting star wishing.  Today’s topic — please notice my attempt at being timely — wishbone wishing!!

As Thanksgiving rapidly approaches a lot of us are thinking about such things as adequately cooking the turkey without it getting too dry, making pies like our best baker relative made and not forgetting the cranberry sauce.  (BTW – There’s a good song, “Christmas Wrapping” by the Waitresses which is all about forgetting the cranberry sauce for Christmas.  I highly recommend it around the holidays.)  If you are one of those folks who cooks a whole turkey for the holiday don’t forget to make a wish on the wishbone!  The theory is this…make a wish with another person on a wishbone.  Then have each person take an end of the wishbone and pull until it breaks. The person with the largest piece of bone gets the “lucky break” and the wish.

Good luck!!!!  I’d love to hear if any of those wishes come true!!



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