Happy Thanksgiving to all my American readers but for the rest of the world give thanks for what you have as well. It’s a great day to celebrate family and friendship over a fine feast of natures bounty.
With any luck this guy made it past the chopping block and is celebrating as well.
Here’s wishing you and yours a very happy Thanksgiving from our wee town of Coupeville. We hope you had a great turkey day and took time to be thankful for all that you have.
Marilyn on the right, Marilyn’s sister Susie on the left and me in the middle. Low key but very nice with turkey and all the fixin’s.
Once again It was quite dark for my morning walk which limited my photo-0ps. Then I noticed a fall flag, then another, and yet another. Before I knew it I had some snap shots for my blog. Notice I didn’t say photographs, nope, they’re not great but nice colors, enjoy.
And then there’s Thanksgiving.
And lastly I saw this and thought these people might be pushing it a bit. I didn’t talk with them but because we live near a Navy base I cut them some slack as they may have a family member who’s being deployed that may not be home for Christmas.
So with that we start another week. Make it a great one!