Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Wordless Wednesday - Snowman & Snowturkey

It snowed here Monday morning...perfect snowman building snow. And snow turkeys, too!

This morning my daughter says, "Mom, look at the big birds outside our window." Sure enough, the turkeys outside our window must not realize what tomorrow is! Guess they know they are safe in the city. Yes, I really did just take this picture. Happy Thanksgiving!

This is our common table prayer, also applicable for Thanksgiving:
"Oh give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good and his mercy endures forever."

Find more of this week's Wordless Wednesday posts at 5 Minutes for Mom.


Jenny said...

Love the snow turkey. Can't believe you have that much snow already! I like snow but not until Christmas here. Thanks for stopping by. Happy WW!

jayedee said...

how cute is this? i never would have thought of a snow turkey! happy ww!

Amy Clary said...

lol. I love the snow turkey. But honestly, if I would have seen REAL turkeys out my window, I would have freaked. I'm SO scared of turkeys. It may seem silly but it's left over from childhood. I was chased by one mean turkey and I never forgot about it.
ANYWAY, Happy w.w. and Happy Thanksgiving. :)

Anonymous said...

Great turkeys! (Stop by and see the colorful turkey I have!)

Susie said...

Oh my gosh!!! I love the snow turkey!!! Tooooooo funny.

Happy Thanksgiving:-)

Stephanie said...

Where do you live that you have turkeys running about? :)

I hail from sunny AZ so there's not a drop of snow here. In fact, it's 71 degrees here right now.

4 Lettre Words said...

I forget now how I found you, but this is fantastic!!

Happy WW and Thanksgiving!! :o)

Ann On and On... said...

Those birds have some nerve.... one would think they would be in hiding. One more day and their off the hook (table :) for another year. Cute pictures.

Anonymous said...

Oh we want snow. There is a chance for snow tomorrow. We are in Colorado, and it is unseasonably warm! boo!

A snow turkey is very unique! Great idea!

KC said...

LOL I have never seen a snow turkey before.
Happy Thanksgiving.