ALL SEASONS – OH MY DEER TURKEY


What a joy to see where you are at, in the season, or what your experiences are. Thank you so much for your lovely, educational, witty, or fun slants in your posts last week. They keep me smiling, and having positive and fun thoughts about you!


THIS WEEK
Can you believe it, this is the week of Thanksgiving, which always feels to me as a dress rehearsal for Christmas time.
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Meet Deer Flap Ear. Haven’t missed him yet!

Oh my deer!
keep safe
during Thanksgiving
instead of ending up
in a dish on the table

Have not missed cousin Wild Turkey either. Always felt sorry for them, when alone, having to defend themselves against the other animals, etc. Does anyone know if they have a specific thing to ward off other animals? The deer is equipped with being able to run fast, and jump 6 feet high!

 

Mr. Monet Water is strong, even overpowering. Am amazed at the different appearances he can take on. Enjoying the rushing flow and transparency here

 

November is such a mix of bright cheery colors, and remembrance
of Veteran’s Day as well as Thanksgiving

 

Bright colors outside

 

Candle and cosyness inside.

 

With a thankful heart this Thanksgiving, dear God, for the ultimate blessing of
being free, alive, and enjoying
the abundance of the harvest.

 

 

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29 thoughts on “ALL SEASONS – OH MY DEER TURKEY

  1. Thanksgiving is not celebrated over here in my corner of the world but our Chinese New Year reunion dinner is quite similar. Except that we don’t have turkey on the table!

    Have the nest Thanksgiving ever, Jesh!

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    1. Here I thought you would have something totally different, because you are by no means a “traditional” kind of person (at least in your writing -am teasing you here:)) But who knows, maybe food is your only traditional side:)

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  2. We don’t have thanksgiving here. But I think it is a lovely tradition. In these trouble times we need to remind ourselves what we have to be grateful for. Happy thanksgiving and stay safe to you and yours.

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  3. Yes, beautiful colors outside, cosy inside. But I am very happy with my new light-therapy light to make things a little brighter inside. Seattle, Washington in the Pacific Northwest of the USA is very, very dark in the winter, due to a lot of clouds as well as short days. But we’ll get through it, right? Like everything else.

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    1. Do you have light sensitivity issues? (I have a touch of that, so I make sure there is enough light in the house). Well, you live in Seattle and I have not heard you complain one time this year about the situation in your city! That is very commendable:):)

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    1. The beginning was hard, but now I wouldn’t miss it for the world, having so many wonderful photographers and storytellers on board! Have an unforgettable Thanksgiving!

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  4. I did not know deer attacked wild turkeys! Who knew?? Also I like that you noticed the strength of the water changing. I feel there’s a story in that somewhere….or at least a poem. #Allseasons

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    1. So true, Lydia … a poem. I can get so focused on getting the post done, that it limits the possibilities a subject might have. Thank you for bringing this up!

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    1. In the past, they used candles a lot in winter in the Netherlands. It had been years ago that I lighted one, and it was like meeting with an old friend, and wondered how I could have forgotten this small pleasure:)

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    1. Your comment makes me wonder, do they have rules about deer in Germany? Here, when an animal dies on your property, you need to report to the animal society, and you also have get rid of the carcass yourself. The garbage people do not take care of this. Of course in the six years in the forest it happened one time to us:)

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  5. Hey. In the notice at the beginning of the post to new commers; I think you have a typo… Point 3. ‘Don not’. If it’s intentional sorry for being nosy and I would request you not to approve the comment I believe its not healthy for another blogger to make a presence in the comments section. I maybe wrong though😅 I’m an amateur here so sorry for being nosy once again. Have a pleasant day!

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    1. This is the second time I’m publishing this post, and my guess is I retyped my typo without having seen your comment! before No harm done, I don’t mind:)

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