so right on...happy thanksgiving my friend...rebecca
Oh, happy Thanksgiving, and a turkey without feathers! :-)
Carol, have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Thinking of you and realizing how happy you have made me with your dedication to your wonderful blog and your unique and stunning artwork throughout the years. I am thankful to count you as a big fave in my list of things to be grateful for....;)) Cheers!
Happy Thanksgiving! What a wonderful painting . And a nice surprise.All best, Jan
The firece look on that turkey's face helps me understandm why Ben Franklin thought the turkey should be our national bird.
Have you tried the pâté ???
I imagine your Thanksgiving was incredible - can't wait to hear about it. I love visiting this blog, but it wreaks havoc on my diet plans. Thanks for all of the beautiful watercolors - on a gray day here in France, (add to that transport strikes) they always remind me of what I love about this country.
I'm grateful our turkey was a little less intimidating today... (it was all brined up in maple syrup and spices! Yum!)Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!
Good morning, America!I see, it's the day after Thanksgiving. No post today? Frankly, I am a little surprise about the lack of it so far. Weren't you supposed to stand in line at six in the morning to get the superduper discount brush thingie at Walmart's Arts & Crafts Department? You could have easily posted before heading for the mall, but no, Madame's still recuperating from too much turkey. Or have you looked at the exchange rate this morning? I almost told the guy who delivered my turkey that he had to take it bake. Figuring the exchange rate, it cost 135 US dollars! *hand me that thing and leave, quick!*
Hi Carol - Happy Thanksgiving to you!My house guests are currently enjoying your beautiful watercolors, hanging in my guest room. Thanks again.
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