Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thanksgiving Greetings


If you live in the U.S, don't let the turkeys tackle!  ;-)
Regardless of where you are enjoy your day,
Pagan Sphinx

10 comments:

  1. Hello. I wanted to wish you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  2. Have a beautiful day, Gina.
    Peace.

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  3. Have a great turkey and wine day, my friend.

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  4. I hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

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  5. I've got plenty of extra turkey, everyones invited to my house.

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  6. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! The day after always feels like a holiday, too. This is America's extended holiday, we feast for at least three days!

    WP and I were gonna go out to see Rembrandt's in Hartford but it's pouring and awful out, so we ran a few errands and came back home. What a couple of old timers, huh? ;-)

    Good wishes to Spadoman, too, who left a comment on the Coen Brothers' film post.

    Peace and love and all groovy things,
    Pagan Sphinx

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  7. I hope you're enjoying the Rembrandts :-) Much love to you and your family for a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.

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