Friday Fun: Happy Thanksgiving!


Things that inspire GRATITUDE
heheheh!
(Let’s laugh the whole thing off)

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Friday Funnies Series

Quick Intro before we get to the Funnies

Let me begin by wishing a sincere (though belated) Thanksgiving to all my Canadian friends who celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday of every October – no doubt because the harvest comes earlier “up there.”

I hope it was joyful —
and that you can all finally button your pants again.

Last year’s American Thanksgiving post started out sincerely and crept into funnies.  Although most of us somehow made it through the year since last November’s election here in the used-to-be-good ole’ USA, I think we need a lot more humor to lift our spirits as we limp toward the New Year holding our collective breath.

So even if you’re rushing around hoping to be able to celebrate Turkey-lurkey Day with a modicum of calm this coming Thursday, here’s a bit of humor to help you keep some perspective.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Are you hosting the upcoming feast, taking assorted dishes prepared in your own kitchen to somebody else’s table, or not cooking at all this year because you have been invited elsewhere or plan to dine on restaurant cousine?

Is anybody currently dieting in preparation for Thursday’s pig-out, or have we all already given up and given in to the 10 pound holiday creep?

Whatever! Let’s get the weekend started with a few chuckles.

Take a look at a few time-related funnies that I tripped across on Pinterest.

How many of the situations below make YOU nod your head?

YOU PLAY TOO

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This Friday’s theme:
Happy TurkeyLurky Day

(images below found on Pinterest)

  What Thanksgiving means
to so many of us . . .

 

But seriously though . . .

 

A bit about the birds . . .

 

Really?

 

And the next day . . .

 

 

Perspective: NO explanation needed

 

Th-th-th-at’s all folks!
SEE YOU NEXT TIME

For MORE Thanksgiving giggles, click below to check out Molly’s post on
Talking points for lump free dialogue

Funnies post only occasionally

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124 Responses to Friday Fun: Happy Thanksgiving!

  1. Christy B says:

    I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, Madelyn. I wasn’t sure but I think that turkey chilling in the sink with a beer just said “cheers” to me haha 😉 These funnies are great!

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    • Thanks, Christy. I hope you had a great day too. My Turkey Day was great fun (and a day of gluttony! LOL) – and now I’m back on the GF horse again. Those pies were wonderful, but NOTHING is as wonderful as feeling great every day!
      xx,
      mgh

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  2. These are turkey-rific, Madelyn. The one with the aliens slayed me — and the mashed potatoes too. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. Hugs!

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    • Your funny bone is skewed like mine, Teagan. Turkey-rific 🙂 (We have issues LOL)
      xx, mgh

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  3. Sharon says:

    Thanks so much for the Thanksgiving chuckles! And thank you for linking over to the DIY Twine Turkey on CraftsnCoffee.com. Happy Thanksgiving!

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    • You are most welcome, Sharon. Happy Thanksgiving.
      xx,
      mgh

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  4. tmezpoetry says:

    hehe Love the comics!

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    • Thanks, Tammy – me too! I love the quirky way cartoonists capture the world. Happy Thanksgiving.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • tmezpoetry says:

        Cartoonists are great for sure! Happy Thanksgiving Madelyn

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        • I’d love to be able to draw – what a great way to reach the world.
          xx,
          mgh

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  5. Shame we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in the UK, that’s all I can say.

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    • ANY country can pick a day to be grateful in community (and most do, btw – just not officially T-giving). To ME it’s more about gratitude than pilgrims and turkeys anyway.

      So Happy Thanksgiving, Stevie.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • And to you too Madelyn.

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  6. Jodie says:

    So many things to make fun of!!! It’s like a comedienne’s buffet!!
    XOXO
    Jodie
    http://www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    • Thanks, Jodi – chow down!
      xx,
      mgh

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  7. barbtaub says:

    These made my day! Thanks so much.

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    • Glad you enjoyed it Barb. I howled at your Gallbladder post this week.
      xx,
      mgh

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  8. Love the funnies! Happy Thanksgiving!

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    • Thank you so much – Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours as well.
      xx,
      mgh

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  9. Ha! I have no idea where you find all these memes but I love ’em. Fortunately, I need only visit here for my fix.

    In the meantime… I’m going to follow the example of the turkey meme above and chill in the “sink” for a few hours 😉

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    • I’m glad to read you liked that turkey, Gabe – one of my favs too, but you are the first to comment upon it.

      I could actually see a particular trekking, ex-surgeon house-husband ex-pat blogger living in Romania leaving something like that to make his poor long-suffering wife laugh when she walked in the door — EVEN if had to do the dishes (again). LOL.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • hehehe Madelyn You are awesome! Full blown belly laugh.

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        • Congrats on finally locating a REAL vampire, Gabe. The scientists would be gobsmacked at how you went about proving it. 🙂

          Are you planning to share your guac recipe, btw?
          xx,
          mgh

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          • That’s a great idea Madelyn! Monica keeps telling I should also share my recipe for Dirty Diaper Pizza. Don’t know if I have the chops to pull off a food blog post though…

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            • I’m not real sure about the popularity of that diaper pizza, but if anyone could pull it off it’s you. Go for it!
              xx,
              mgh

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  10. Thank you for adding some chuckles to my weekend, Madelyn! Off to hunt for turkey…

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    • Have fun!
      xx,
      mgh

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      • Always! 😻

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  11. mistermuse says:

    Great cartoons! 🙂 HappyThanksgiving! 🙂

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    • Thanks, Muse – thanks for visiting and ringing in. Have a great week.
      xx,
      mgh

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  12. Norah says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Madelyn. I wish you a joyful celebration.
    Thank you for the funnies. Although we don’t have Thanksgiving over here, the humour translates well.
    Enjoy! xx

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    • Thanks, Norah. Family tables are funny things in many countries – and most have holidays that include eating in a gathering. A RICH source of funnies!
      xx,
      mgh

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      • Norah says:

        When we were kids we used to get together to play. Now we are adults we get together to eat! I prefer the gatherings where humour prevails. A lot! 🙂

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        • Very funny – and mostly true. Maybe we need to spend more time in comedy clubs and less in restaurants – lol. Food for thought?!
          xx,
          mgh

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          • Norah says:

            Hmm. Interesting thought, and worth considering; or play board games more. They encourage discussion as well as fun and laughter so help to develop relationships. There’s really only one doing the talking in a comedy club – it might stimulate discussion later. Perhaps a little bit of each.

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            • I was mostly joking – but I love playing games (especially word games – and charades, of course!) LOT’s of laughs there.
              xx,
              mgh

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            • Norah says:

              One of my favourites is Balderdash. Have you played it? Players make up “plausible” definitions for “obscure” words, then vote on which they think is correct. Sometimes we can’t read the definitions for laughing, and sometimes the real definition is funnier than any made up.
              Another good one I’ve played on the internet recently is Drawful. It’s a bit like Balderdash but you have to draw pictures to illustrate words or phrases (so maybe a bit more like Pictionary). It is hilarious! Particularly for those of us who can’t draw. But it doesn’t matter. It’s fun anyway. 🙂
              I’ve never had much of ago at charades.

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            • Years ago my friend Robin and I played a “made up” game that sounds like Balderdash, but it wasn’t called that, nor was it bought at a store (like people have played Charades for years without paying a cent). I’ve played Pictionary with my friend Cindi and her friends and family, but don’t know Drawful.

              HOWEVER, my theatre friends and I seem to have always gravitated toward Charades. Funny, but my friends in other communities haven’t been too crazy about it (and don’t seem to be too great at it either), yet my friends who are actors/directors/stage techies ALL seem to have loved it — and those games were truly a hoot! Different types of creativity, I guess — and certainly more willingness to simply “play.”
              xx,
              mgh

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            • Norah says:

              We obviously share a love of games too, Madelyn. I can understand that those used to telling stories through acting would enjoy and be good at charades. Whatever the game, playing is always a great way of learning social skills and building relationships.

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            • Yes, it does make sense. Most of my non-actor buddies who are game players have kids, so they got hooked on games that way.

              I agree with your last statement totally, “Whatever the game, playing is always a great way of learning social skills and building relationships.” In fact, it’s a super way to integrate some of the the shyer members of the family (tho’ probably not Charades, lol).
              xx,
              mgh

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            • Norah says:

              I used games a lot in the classroom. There’s nothing better than learning with others and having fun at the same time. 🙂

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            • I’m probably weird – certainly in the minority: I have the most fun whenever I am interested and learning – and frequently lack interest totally for activities where learning is not a component.
              xx,
              mgh

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  13. Wonderful, Madelyn – Despite the shadow hanging over us politically, I wish you a joyful Thanksgiving!

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    • Thanks, John. We still have a lot to be thankful for here in America this Thursday – and a great deal to be hopeful about in terms of getting rid of this scourge before they have time to do their absolute worst.

      My prayer is – and will be – that ALL of my fellow Americans stop swallowing the BS, wake up, and fact check with minds open to more that affirming their confirmation biases.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • It is a wonderful wish, Madelyn. Enjoy the holiday!

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        • My fingers and toes are ALL crossed, John.
          xx,
          mgh

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          • Ok – and I’ll cross my eyes too!

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            • Cute! I might have to draw the line at the eyes, however – LOL.
              xx,
              mgh

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  14. Jennie says:

    Hysterical funnies, Madelyn. I love the woman canoeing through mashed potatoes. Thank you for a great post to start my day!

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    • Do you know that I actually chowed down on mashed potatoes and gravy the night I put this post together AND the night it posted? Talk about priming! 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving, Jennie. Your support is on my gratitude list.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • Jennie says:

        That is so funny, Madelyn! Happy Thanksgiving to you, too. And, thanks for your kind words. 🙂

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        • Isn’t it? AND I even made some rice to soak up the leftover gravy – lol – and I promise you I hardly EVER eat gravy (or mashed potatoes).
          xx,
          mgh

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          • Jennie says:

            Ha-ha! 😀

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  15. Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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    • ABSOLUTELY, Michael. And it will be a happy Thanksgiving for all of us who focus on our gratitude for all of the things we have (and focus on our challenges and problems on another day – LOL)
      xx,
      mgh

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  16. Reblogged this on Die Erste Eslarner Zeitung – Aus und über Eslarn, sowie die bayerisch-tschechische Region!.

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    • Oh goodie – I always love it when you share my more humorous side. Thank you SO much!
      xx,
      mgh

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  17. Adele Marie says:

    Love the funnies. xxx

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    • Thanks, Adele – I loved chuckling as I was putting this post together.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • Adele Marie says:

        I loved it. xxx

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  18. I love Thanksgiving, Madelyn, and I love to laugh. So this post has given me a double dose of goodness as I read it this morning. My favorite was the woman kayaking on a sea of potatoes. Because I also love potatoes. I wrote a couple of funny posts about Thanksgiving – this one is my favorite. https://www.shallowreflections.com/11-talking-points-for-thanksgiving-dinner-2/

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    • Thanks, Molly – and especially for sharing your link. I’ll move it up into the post. Have a wonderful day of gratitude on Thursday.
      xx,
      mgh

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  19. Tina Frisco says:

    Thanks for starting the weekend off on a jocular footing, Madelyn 🙂 I especially like the ones under ‘Really?” Irrefutable truth can be humorous if presented well. Happy Thanksgiving, my friend! ❤️

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    • Thanks, Tina – my feelings as well (obviously). 🙂 Whatever you do next Thursday, I hope you will be infused with love and gratitude.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • Tina Frisco says:

        I wish the same for you, dear Madelyn ❤

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        • O-KAY — that makes 2 of us! NOW let’s see if we can get the entire world attracted by the concept! ❤
          xx, mgh

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          • Tina Frisco says:

            Here here! ❤

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          • Tina Frisco says:

            oops… Hear hear! 🙂

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  20. dgkaye says:

    Loved this M, – both the serious and the humor. Millions of books can be written on the past year alone with what’s been going on. As a friend of mine said, ” At least 10 volumes will be written in the history books for year one alone. On a brighter note: The Black Friday memes were hilarious, especially the first one. And Uncle Mueller should have some lovely Christmas gifts. ❤ xx

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    • Yeah – I lol-ed over that one too. But now we duke it out over the internet – and it lasts a week! 🙂
      xx,
      mgh

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      • dgkaye says:

        🙂 😉 xx

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        • ❤ and kisses back atcha'
          xx, mgh

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          • dgkaye says:

            Aw thanks M. ❤

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  21. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
    Time to wind down for the week and no better way than with some exceptional humour from Madelyn Griffith-Haynie. It’s all about the upcoming holidays. Thanksgiving is not a holiday we celebrate as such in the UK but we have our own ways of celebrating life, family and love. These are very funny. #recommended

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    • What a wonderful surprise, Sally. I am always pleasantly surprised by reblogs, but I certainly didn’t expect one from anyone who doesn’t live in America. THANK YOU!
      xx,
      mgh

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      • Pleasure Madelyn.. it is wonderful to share in your celebrations… at our level there is no stuff and nonsense.. just friendship and so many things in common.. xxxx

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        • For which I will be forever grateful, Sally. Life saving – quite literally.
          xx,
          mgh

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  22. Happy Thanksgiving, Madelyn! ❤

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    • Thank you, Bette. Back atcha’. ❤
      xx, mgh

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  23. paulandruss says:

    Great selection Madelyn- laughing my head off. Have a great Thanksgiving (next Thursday?) Luv Px

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    • Thanks Paul – and yes, Thursday the 23rd (always the 4th Thursday in Nov., so the date itself changes, depending on where Nov. 1st falls from year to year. It will be small but jolly for me this year – an “orphan” dinner hosted by a friend. This year, my interactions with YOU this year will make my gratitude list. Thank you.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • paulandruss says:

        Have a lovely Thanksgiving dinner. I will be thinking of you at dinner time over here, my dear friend- which will be about lunch time where you are (but it’s the thought that counts) Love from your mate Paul X

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        • Thanks, Paul. You are definitely on my gratitude list (which I do each Thanksgiving, btw).
          xx,
          mgh

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  24. Some lovely humour, Madelyn. Even though we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, I certainly enjoyed these.

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    • Thanks, Robbie. I like the idea of making SURE we set aside at least one meal a year to focus on what we are grateful for — and to remember that we are all one under the skin.

      It seems especially important here in American, given a lot of nonsense tweeted about immigration and walls during the last year – but I decided to do it with humor rather than ranting about it. 🙂
      xx,
      mgh

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  25. -Eugenia says:

    I love the joy and laughter you bring to the table, Madelyn. Happy Thanksgiving a bit early and may we give thanks not just one day but every day.

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    • May we indeed, Eugenia. Gratitude and JOY to you! On Thanksgiving and on every day.
      xx,
      mgh

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  26. Happy Thanksgiving Madelyn. I love all the quotes especially Snoopy. X

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    • Gotta’ be grateful for Snoopy! Charles Schultz has blessed us all many times over – and I am blessed by your support. Thank you, and Happy Thanksgiving.
      xx,
      mgh

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  27. Thanks for the laughs, Madelyn. And Happy Thanksgiving to you, too. 🙂

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    • Thanks for the visit, Diana. May all the calories in your dinner next Thursday be laughed away.
      xx,
      mgh

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  28. Bernadette says:

    Love the one about American feeding illegal aliens😏 I am going to remember that for dinner Thursday. Fortunately my family all leans left of center and will understand it.

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    • Me too, Bernadette. I wish it were a card – and that millions of Americans would buy it and send it to the White House — revenue going to fund more investigators to gather enough evidence to clean out that house once and for all. Lucky you to be surrounded by like minds. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
      xx,
      mgh

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  29. GP Cox says:

    Funny thing is – they’re ALL true!

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    • Yep – especially the one about keeping therapists employed – lol. Happy Thanksgiving, GP. I’m grateful for the visit.
      xx,
      mgh

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  30. Lady Quixote says:

    Thank you, Madelyn, for the chuckles. 😀

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    • My pleasure – can’t be serious ALL the time, right? Thanks for the visit – and Happy Thanksgiving.
      xx, mgh

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      • Lady Quixote says:

        Happy Thanksgiving, dear Madelyn.

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  31. mihrank says:

    “Thank you for everything that you’ve ever done, It’s way too much to count, May your blessings be countless also, Happy Thanksgiving with Love!

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    • Mihran, I am so touched by this comment I don’t have words to express how much it means to me. THANK YOU.

      Whether you celebrate (and whatever you do), I hope you are surrounded with love and filled with gratitude — next Thursday and every day.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • mihrank says:

        wow – I am deeply humbled and touched – on behalf and my family, I wish the most joy of happiness, and gratitude.

        This is a clip for you, played by me, hope you will enjoy the melody..

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        • BEAUTIFUL Mihran — music and visuals both. I am so grateful for this wonderful present.
          xx,
          mgh

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  32. msw blog says:

    Thank you for adding my post on food banks it is my hope that more of us will give to those in need and betpyond this season…

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    • You’re very welcome. It’s an important issue. Thank YOU for highlighting it.
      xx,
      mgh

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  33. lifepunchesback says:

    Loved the memes. Very funny

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    • Thanks so much. Happy Thanksgiving.
      xx,
      mgh

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  34. foodzesty says:

    What a great post! hehehe 🙂

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    • So glad you enjoyed it. I’m grateful for your comment. Happy Thanksgiving!
      xx,
      mgh

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      • foodzesty says:

        Happy Thanksgiving to you too! 🙂

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        • Thanks. ❤ I'm always BEYOND happy when Turkey Day comes early-ish!

          Thanksgiving CAN come as late as the 28th, which sort-of eclipses my birthday on the 29th. As a kid it always seemed unfair that my spring and summer-born siblings got much more focused attention on their special day that I ever did (especially since my Dad's was the 20th!)

          Residuals remain, it seems. I think many of us born during the winter holiday season grow up with sensitivities about "collapsed" holiday/birthdays. So this year, I'm ecstatic!
          xx,
          mgh

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          • foodzesty says:

            Well, it could be true what your saying about winter born babies, not really sure but that would make a great post 🙂 But I will be wishing you a happy birthday on the 29th 🙂 Just made myself a reminder on my calendar 🙂

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            • Awwww – what a DOLL you are!
              xx,
              mgh

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            • foodzesty says:

              🙂

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  35. Happy thanksgiving to you Madelyn and such amazing and breathtaking quotes with fun and laughter added to each and everyone. It is so nice to be thankful to each and everything in life. Awesome post, thanks dear for the lovely share.

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    • Thank you, Kamal — and AGAIN, you are my very first comment. You are amazingly supportive.
      xx,
      mgh

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      • Welcome dear Madelyn. Always there for beautiful friends.

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        • Awwww – you have SUCH a great mindset, Kamal.
          xx, mgh

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          • Good night dear sleep well with little Tink. Love and hugs to you both

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            • Thank you, Kamal. Little Tink and I seem to be practically hibernating through this cold snap – hunkered down in the warmth of the covers and each other. I hope you are having a WONDERFUL day over there on the other side of the world.
              xx,
              mgh

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            • Thanks dear Madelyn and yes can understand how you must be feeling in the cold winter back home. This side in Mumbai it is pleasant means not feeling hot but no sweaters. U too have a great day with little darling Tink

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            • Sounds almost perfect, Kamal. Tink and I don’t really mind the cold weather (perfect for cuddling – lol), as long as we’re dressed warmly and it’s not raining or sleeting. ❤
              xx,
              mgh

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            • Yes absolutely true Madelyn

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