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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!


Wishing you and yours, a very blessed day.

Happy Thanksgiving

12 comments:

  1. HAPPY THANKSGIVING To you and your loved ones. Have a blessed day too. JB

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  2. Happy Thanksgiving my dear blog friend. Hope it is wonderful and filled with love and laughter. Is this your turkey??
    Amy

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  3. you too, dearie! did you take that photo? it's great!

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  4. .....says the one who has no idea what is coming to him;)))

    Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    That is a super shot!!!!
    :)

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  5. Same to you friend. Enjoy a wonderful family day.

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  6. How I wish I had that turkey and I wish I had taken the picture, but no, just got it off of Google images.
    I thought it was pretty neat looking too.

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  7. hey kim!

    i hope you're feeling better for a lovely
    thanksgiving. good luck on the fancy
    stuffing recipe. :)

    i ordered in a LOT this year. woo hoo!!

    love,
    lea

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  8. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving my new bloggy friend! Oh, and I just read your previous post too. Soo glad you got your prince charming.. = ) HUGS

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  9. I wanted to come by this morning to wish you and your family a most blessed Thanksgiving Kim, and to say how thankful I am for you.
    HUgs,
    Sue

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  10. We've never had that kind of turkey, but I believe it's called a Bronze breed. I may be wrong. All we ever had was the big white ones. The ones who got so big they could barely hold themselves up on their little turkey legs! But they were lots of fun when preachers came to call.
    Happy, happy day!

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  11. Wouldn't that have been neat for that to have been your own turkey? I saw a flock of large wild turkeys in the backyard last week. But I let them go on their way. No wild turkey on our table today!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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