Thursday, March 19, 2009

Got Green?

I do.
Thank goodness.
And a backup as well.
You never know how many you'll need...
On a long, cold weekend.
Besides, a dirty martini is a fine way to toast Spring.
Especially when it is 39 cold and windy degrees.

I think I'm going to enter one of these in Kacey's March Photo Contest.
The theme is green.  Go check it out.
Oh, and have a wonderful Friday.

23 comments:

littletoesandcheerios said...

Have a Great weekend!!

numberonesistah said...

I'm just not a martini fan. Give me coconut rum, or red beer, or wine, or the best yet, margaritas!

Grandma J said...

happy Friday, stay warm! Don't eat all those tipsy olives!

phd in yogurtry said...

now I just lubs me some green olives... and I lubs me some vodka .. but I cannot abide by the mixing of the two. I live in dirty martini land, but just can't go there. maybe I need to actually try one?

Suz Broughton said...

Mmmmartini!
Happy Friday to you, too.

Sassy said...

Here's to a great Friday for ya! I'm sorry you are so cold there when we were at 89 today and it is just too warm already...I am afraid for June, July, August and September to get here...oh well I am enjoying the pretty weather while we have it and before all my flowers die from the scorching rays of the sun!

Living on the Spit said...

After this week, I may need to get some green and smoke it!

I am kidding...I think?

The Incredible Woody said...

I'm an pansy - so I'll have something colorful and fruity with a cute little umbrella...

Kacey said...

Really, I think a martini is a wonderful way to toast spring! If only the weather knew it was spring...

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Olives are like toilet paper, you can't have too many.

Celery, tomato juice and Old Bay are also handy to have for those mornings when it's too early for a martini but not so much for a bloddy mary.

Life with Kaishon said...

I have never had a martini. I hate olives, but I like the jar : ). It looks pretty!

imom said...

I love green olives, but I've never had a dirty martini! Happy Spring.

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

I love olives too. I put them in my beer and have a poor man's martini!

I think your olives could win that contest! "tipsy" I love it!
Cheers to spring!

Ellen said...

You're so ecologically minded - going green.

asthmagirl said...

Olives rock! You probably use them a little differently than me!

TSannie said...

Yippee! SPRING!

Daryl said...

Have you tried the ones stuff with jalepenos? Oh my.

Its frickin' snowin' here ..

mom x 2 said...

Not an olive fan, but I do love a good martini :) Especially the Green Apple ones ! Happy Friday!

Trisha said...

Okay - the olives . . . not a food I enjoy. I also don't like martinis but . .. I am with you in spirit!

Joanie said...

I'm not a fan of martinis, but boy, those GREEN olives are good in a red beer.

Deb said...

Ahh...the perfect dirty martini made with either Kettle One or Grey Goose with just the right amount of vermouth and 3 olives...mmmmm...I, too have 3 jars of olives in my fridge and martini glasses frosting in the freezer.
Sorry it is so cool up North...ya'll should come on down South where we are...never mind..gloating is not becoming a fine Southern lady!

Country Girl said...

So even the olives are tipsy up there in CT?
I think it's an excellent entry for the contest!

noble pig said...

Oh yes.