Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving!

A student was asked,”What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?”  He replied “I am thankful I am not a turkey.”

Happy Turkey Day

Just think…if Benjamin Franklin had spoken his thoughts out loud about the Turkey being a better bird for our National Symbol we could be roasting Bald Eagles.  That should be food for thought for the rest of the day.

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25 comments:

  1. True lol cute ! Have a Happy Thanksgiving !

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  2. I love hay bale art and this is a good one! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  3. Geez - a bald eagle would probably only serve about 4 - and I doubt if it would be very tasty!
    I'm thankful for bloggers with funny photos like your hay turkey to brighten my day.

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  4. Such a clever display. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  5. LOL! Wishing you guys a wonderful Thanksgiving Day with love. Mildred

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  6. That bird looks a little dry to me. Happy Thanksgiving! :-)

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  7. Oh, my....I can't imagine the controversy over having a turkey as a national symbol. I hear the "pardoned" turkey weighs in at some 40+ pounds. Now that's a turkey!

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  8. Happy Thanksgiving day wishes to you and yours Connie. Blessings Francine.

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  9. Love the Turkey! Have a great day!

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  10. Have a great Thanksgiving dinner today. It is now one degree below zero in downtown Minneapolis! Lots of sunshine though and no snow coming down.

    Shirley H.

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    1. -21 here this morning you are 20 degrees warmer than us:)

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  11. Cute haystack pic. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  12. I love that photo! Whoever put that up needs a High FIVE!!!

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!

    Linda
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  13. Happy Thanksgiving! That is funny about the turkeys and eagles:) Love the bale art too. It is 52 F here this morning, windy and wet.

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  14. Minus 21 is unbelievable. We stayed home and had a small turkey and were glad we didn't have to get out. I hope everyone had plenty to eat out your house.

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  15. That is so funny. Imagine roasting a Bald Eagle! Oh, I enjoyed the story about Thanksgiving dinner at your grandmother's. I felt just like I was there and can relate to so much of that story!

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  16. Eagles are too scrawny!
    Hope you all had a blessed Thanksgiving!

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  17. Food for thought, indeed ;)

    Hope your feast was grand!

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  18. I cannot imagine eating eagle, or living where it is -21!!!

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  19. LOL! I love the inventive farmer's creativity!!
    Hope you had a wonderful day yesterday! :)

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  20. I'm late but I'm hoping you had a great turkey day with all the trimmings! I love the picture and the ponderings!

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Thanks for stopping by! I appreciate your comments! If you have a question I will try to answer it here. Connie