I have a story for you about turkeys, Tom.When I first met my husband his family got turkeys in to rear for Christmas and I used to help pluck them. Three years later we got married and I was still helping. Christmas came 2 months after our wedding and my FIL said he would give us a turkey for all the times I had helped.Well, I think it was the turkey that no-one wanted because it was so big!In my naivety I thought it must be cooked whole and never thought to cut it in half. I had to take every shelf out of my oven to fit it in.We were eating it for days in every way imaginable. I have never eaten turkey since!
It's a weird time of year, Tom...as much as I'd like to hide under the covers and read books on my days off from work, there are all kinds of things to do...with friends and relatives.
Hey Tom, it could be worse, you could be living with politicians!
deer cod dood...pleez say it iz knot sew....livin with turkee burd HAZ ta bee de werst thing ever.......EVER......we iz sorree ~~~~~~~~
MOL on Brian's comment!!
Wanna hear something kinda sad, Tom? We don’t have any turkeys here. Could you send one our way?
You know, there's been a wild turkey hanging out in one of the neighbourhoods I've gone through via bus. I don't know if he's still there, but he was there for weeks in October and early November, someone must have been feeding him. I have fuzzy cell pics of him chasing the transit bus -- seriously. Anyway, I wanted to thank you for stopping by with condolences on Nicki's passing. It's been a long time since I've blogged as "Fuzzy Tales" and been part of the cat-blogging world, so I appreciate your time and care. I know that we all have been there and understand.Have a wonderful turkey day!Kim
A sleigh pulled by turkeys??? Now that would be quite a sight!
I agree, closed doors are the worst! My dad closes his door sometimes and it just makes me want in even more.
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