Gobble, gobble!

November 23, 2006

What would Thanksgiving be without a few turkeys? These gobblers have graced our family dinner table for as long back as I can remember.

The two birds pictured below have earned a place in the holiday celebration although I am not quite sure when they arrived!

This is my favorite of all. We should have known that the creator of this beautiful bird would grow up to be an artist!

Well, it’s Thanksgiving Eve and the sweet potato pies are in the oven. We’ve been counting our blessings and remembering things that have happened since this time last year. Lives have been joined in marriage, work situations have changed and new friends have shared our joys. Children have moved on to higher levels of education. Students have come and gone leaving indelible marks on the lives of those who work with them. Willi and I are grateful for the fullness of our lives and we hope your blessings are as many!

Happy Thanksgiving!

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10 Responses to “Gobble, gobble!”

  1. SongBird Says:

    Love all your turkeys! Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. debi Says:

    Hello and Happy Thanksgiving! Love the turkeys. Was watching a few on ebay. I also have a pinecone turkey. I was slow today and only an hour ago got my pies out of the oven.I also made sweet potato pie. Turkeys of a feather flock together! Have a happy day.

  3. Ginnie Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving and I look forward to more of your blogs. I’m going light this year…letting my grandaughter do the whole meal, her idea! For that I’m grateful!!

  4. Susan Says:

    I love those amazing turkeys! (I happen to have supplies ready for all the kids to make some today!)

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Just came by to say Happy Thanksgiving

  6. daddy d Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving. It is a time of joy.

    It is also better to see turkeys than to be one.

  7. Cazzie!!! Says:

    I love what someone did with the pine cone, LOL, that is great!! My kids and I decorate pine cones and put glitter and stuff on them for Christmas, they are lovely scented too arent they?

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  9. Anonymous Says:

    happy thanksgiving to you and yours

  10. graymama Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and willi!

    I just love the colorful feathers with a little turkey head 🙂


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