Monday, October 10, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

Pretend there is a picture of wild turkeys in this spot....


(Picture would be here, if Blogger would allow it!)


The Bag Lady is very thankful for everything in her life. She is going to spend the day cooking a turkey dinner, then sharing it with family and friends.

She hopes that all of you are having a wonderful day, even if it is not Thanksgiving where you live.

11 comments:

Leah J. Utas said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Cousin. Hope you have a great day. We had our Thanksgiving Dinner last night. I'm still waddling.

spokalulu said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you & all Canadians! :)

Hilary said...

Oh you can't fool me. The photo of wild turkeys was taken at your last family gathering. ;)

Have a great one, my co-Canucklehead!

Reb said...

Happy Thanksgiving. I will be enjoying ham later :) Have fun with your houseful.

the Bag Lady said...

Thanks, cousin. We did have a wonderful time. Good friends and family, and even guitars and singing!

Thanks, spokalulu!

Hilary - are you calling my (well, okay, the Rancher's) family turkeys?? They may be a little on the wild side.... Hope your Thanksgiving was great!

Reb - Happy Thanksgiving, sis. Hope you enjoyed your ham! (there were only 11 of us this time, so not as big a houseful as usual!)

messymimi said...

Hope you had a blesses and beautiful Thanksgiving Day and that you have an easy winter.

the Bag Lady said...

Thank you, messymimi!

JavaChick said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you had a great time! My parents and brother were here for the weekend and we had fabulous weather. It was wonderful! :)

Geosomin said...

Gobble gobble!
Hope your weekend was as great as it was out here :)

the Bag Lady said...

JavaChick - glad you had a good weekend with your family.

Geo - we did have a great Thanksgiving!

solarity said...

Happy Thanksgiving, late (or early, if you're non-Canadian!) I decided there is No Good Reason not to have Thanksgiving more than once a year. I was very thankful on Monday to have a second job and be at it.

Mary Anne in Kentucky