What a wonderful picture--you look great.Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Muffy!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Muffy!Thank you for sharing your thoughts and wonderful photographs with us!
Best Wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving Muffy. The photo is lovely.
Did you select one for your table?
While it has certainly entered the mainstream of factoids in american society, it should be reiterated that Thanksgiving in the traditional sense was enacted by Lincoln and the North to rest the true origins of the US, indentured servants looking for gold, away from the South and create the mythology we know today as the secular embrace of Providence and a hallmark moment of odd hat wearing, blunderbuss armed religious fanatics that settled in New England.Regardless, Happy Thanksgiving from below the Mason Dixon Line!
My grandson says that the turkeys in your picture are gobbling "eat more ham".I would be interested in knowing the breeds.HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Hi Muffy:I printed your pumpkin pie and pie crust recipes and we will be enjoying the results again this year.Happy Thanksgiving to you, your family, and all TDP readers.Bitsy
@Anonymous 3:13 - Very cute! The turkeys are Narragansett, Bourbon Red and Broad Breasted Bronze.
& to you... Lets all count our blessings !
Thank you, Muffy, and the same to you!
I think these turkeys are thinking that they wish the Thanksgiving tradition included fish, beef, pork or anything else but them.
Happy Thanksgiving to the only person here who can trace her lineage to the first group to partake after Plymouth Rock!Paul Connors
Maybe not the only one. :]
Happy belated Thanksgiving to you! What adorable turkeys. --Holly in PA
I see the " Thanksgiving gang " are all into turkeynecks this year.
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