Happy Thanksgiving! Written by Pix Under the Palm Fronds Joining Linda at Wordless Wednesday Again…. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... 63 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving!” What a beautiful picture! We see them in our area occasionally, but not really all that often. He doesn’t look the least bit worried! 😉 LikeLike Reply No worries for this turkey! LikeLike Reply Poor little thing. Looks like she’s looking for her husband. “He went out for milk a few days ago and never came back”. Oh the curse of thanksgiving! LikeLike Reply You crack me up Kim!!!! I think her hubby was fine, there were five of them at the feeder! LikeLike Reply Lovely photo, but whats it doing out there.??? .lol I have to be quick, have mailed you 3 times, internet has a mind of its own today..See if ones come over xxxx000xxxxxxx LikeLike Reply This one is safe.. 🙂 I will be looking…. LikeLike Reply Happy Thanksgiving-loved your photo LikeLike Reply Thank you! Enjoy your Missouri Thanksgiving tomorrow!! LikeLike Reply Happy Gobble Gobble Day to you and yours Pix! Love the photo……… Hugs, Pam LikeLike Reply Thanks Pam! See you tomorrow at your blog! LikeLike Reply Hope you and yours have a wonderful celebration! The photo is sweet! I hope he’s not the one on your table! LikeLike Reply A Happy Holiday to You! No this turkey is safe, she is standing under our bird feeder hoovering bird seed.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply When we lived in Worcester (MA.) we several times saw a family of turkeys who’d mastered crossing a 4 lane busy, BUSY intersection!! Craziest sight ever….the light would change and off they’d toddle! We theorized they were enroute from the wooded grounds of the Med School/Hosp complex to the 7-Eleven store on the other side of Rte 9! Someday when you have nothing to do, pull up a google street map for Umass Hospital, Rte 9, Worcester Ma. You won’t believe they didn’t get whacked!!!! LikeLike Reply That is too much! CH read this and tonight we are going to Google! LikeLike Reply Happy thanksgiving! Hope that turkey finds a safe place to hide!!! LikeLike Reply Thank you! So sweet of you to think of us.. 🙂 That turkey and her friends are safe here, in fact they are here this morning hoovering their Thanksgiving bird seed! LikeLike Reply so cute! 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thanks Tex! Enjoy your Country Texas Thanksgiving!! LikeLike Reply Happy Eating Holiday, Pix! Tho’ I did have trouble understanding this post because it was WORDLESS! hahahahahaha! I’m hilarious! LikeLike Reply You ARE hilarious!! Hope you are enjoying your Turkey Day.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply hee hee! how was the pie?! while wearin’ the slippers?! LikeLike Reply Pie and slippers were best part of the day! Hope you had a relaxing good time. LikeLike Reply It’s the little things…. !! <:-D Truthfully, it turns out it wasn't time for me to be in the World for a "vacation", but at least I tried and I DID get to look at the ocean a lot. THAT was good for what ails me! I keep forgetting to tell you: a couple of weeks ago, we took a little drive in the city (all the barns have been torn down to make way for miles of sardine-d people!) to a different thrift store. On the way home, we found the best cheeseburgers!!! It was a Mom and Pop and delicious!! Your posts about barns and cheeseburgers are household fodder, so it really was overdue to get a cheeseburger. hee hee hee! LikeLike Reply Your whole comment makes me smile!.. 🙂 Do you like your cheeseburgers thin and lacy around the edges or thick? Do you have Steak &Shake or Red Robin in your bit of country? Mom and Pop are the best. You know, greasy spoons or billiard burgers. You can tell I have had it with turkey. The ocean, the gulf.. Ah! LikeLike Reply We have Red Robin (but $$$$!!!!), but no Steak&Shake–what a great name! I’d be pulling into their parking lot! I’m not sure what I prefer for cooking style–can’t remember. Billiard burgers?! Never heard that one! Certainly Greasy Spoon–for the longest time as a child, I thought that was the name of a chain of restaurants! hahahahahaha! Very little repetitive turkey for us, which is really weird. But I don’t mind. We had turkey sangwiches last night for dinner–I love mine with yams, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and a little turkey! <:-O How long a drive is it to the gulf? Do you take that road trip frequently? LikeLike Reply Almost two full days to the Gulf for us. We go to Venice, Florida. We go once, sometimes twice a year. Winter trip late January into February. Hope you are enjoying your Monday. It is Brrrrrr here today but 60 before the week is over. I will be doing heart healthy laps around the Tiny Ten before you know it. Staying in today and reading my Nook.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Let’s hope it’s a happy one for that poor Turkey. LikeLike Reply She is safe for this year! LikeLike Reply Beautiful! And Happy Thanksgiving to you, too! LikeLike Reply Thank you so much! Thanks for the visit too.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply I wish I had some turkey visitors in my yard. I do see them on the drive out to the rescue quite a bit. I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving Pix. LikeLike Reply Thank you Christina! I am so thankful to have met you! LikeLike Reply Forgot to say’z..HAPPY FANKSGIVING from the two smart Blondes..and the dark stupid one,,xxooooxxxx LikeLike Reply Love you all! Thinkin’ about you today.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Happy Thanksgiving! LikeLike Reply Thank you so much Clowie! I am thankful to have met you this year! LikeLike Reply Beautiful shot! Have a great Thanksgiving! LikeLike Reply Thank you! LikeLike Reply In Maryland, lots of wild turkeys roamed the streets in kick ass gangs. Gobble. Gobble. Happy Thanksgiving, Pix and CH! LikeLike Reply We watched a documentary last night on PBS called “My Life as a Turkey”. It was wonderful!! I think we got us some kick ass turkeys here too.. 🙂 You and BFF enjoy your day, we will think of you today when we give thanks! LikeLike Reply Nice shot and love the texture. Happy Thanksgiving! LikeLike Reply Thank you and may you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving! LikeLike Reply Happy Thanksgiving, I’m off to Arby’s for a turkey club samwich..:-))) LikeLike Reply Oh Ed! Happy Turkey Day! I think that sounds pretty dang good, we love us some Arby’s.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Happy Thanksgiving! Cute turkey – bet I know what she’s thankful for this year 😀 LikeLike Reply Great shot!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!! LikeLike Reply Happy Thanksgiving to you! Hope you had a wonderful one. LikeLike Reply Thank you! We did!! Know you did too.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Hi there and hope you had a happy thanksgiving! I always wish we had Thanksgiving here too – but we don’t, so lots of turkeys are definitely safe for another month at least! I’m having a great giveaway on my blog at the moment, so do drop by – all you have to do to be included is leave a comment! http://lorely-writingfromtheedge.blogspot.ie/2012/11/the-goddess-of-plenty.html LikeLike Reply This is a lovely image, Pix! I love the dim light, and the slight colors. Beautiful! Happy Thanksgiving to you too! 🙂 LikeLike Reply I so enjoy the wild turkeys on our farm. Beautiful capture. LikeLike Reply Thank you for being a part of my community on WordPress! The Oaks looks brighter. It’s been a while since I set foot on the place. LikeLike Reply I know Sony! You were missed but I know we all get busy and other stuff is more important than blogging. I am in a blog funk right now.. 🙂 Yes it is brighter, same theme just went from the grunge look to white. Hope all is well with you. You must have a post, I am going to click over! LikeLike Reply I hope she escaped! Hope also that your holiday was wonderful. LikeLike Reply We had a great Thanksgiving! Geesh I love that holiday!! She definitely escaped. Hunting season is over in Missouri for Turkey and we sure were not going to put her on our table.. 🙂 We don’t hunt! I enjoyed your post this morning. LikeLike Reply That’s probably one grateful turkey. 🙂 Hoovering! LOL I can just see that. LikeLike Reply 🙂 LikeLike Reply I hope you had a most enjoyable Thanksgiving Pix. That is a good looking turkey, I hope she did not end up on your holiday table…LOL Blessings to you and Country Husband. It has become cold in Maine, winter is soon to make it’s appearance. Hugs, Julie. LikeLike Reply a beautiful image. trust you had a good thanksgiving and are enjoying your hiatus. a busy time i am sure, but may there be fun in the busy-ness. do take care, and thanks for sharing. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Good Morning Kris! Had the best Thanksgiving and I have mixed emotions about my hiatus. I have words bursting to get out. I may have to post.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Just wanted to stop by and wish you a Happy New Year! LikeLike Reply Thank you Nancy! LikeLike Reply Just popping by to wish you a Very Happy New Year! 🙂 LikeLike Reply Just say "hey"! Say more if you want, that's good too :) Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. 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