Friday, May 8, 2015

Are You Still Here?

I keep asking myself that question these days. I've been busy working on clearing out the unloved goodies I have. The time just flies and I had plans on blog entries that just haven't happened. So why now? Why not?

I'm hosting a travel doll named Reagan. She's been around for about a month.
She went to an Outlander party so far. I have some plans for this weekend before I send her on her way to her next host.

I'm also obsessed with these wild turkeys that are living in my city. They're protected but they are amazing too. I've seen turkeys before but not in person. There are some big Tom's. There is a family unit it seems.
I am still here but I'm going to see who is being let go this weekend. It's a big job that I aim to finish. Let the sorting continue. I leave you with my latest selfie. I wasn't driving when it was snapped. I'm not that reckless :O)

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  1. Reagan's quite elegant!

    Now the question is, can she meet the turkeys, thus combining both interests?

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    1. See you weren't supposed to connect the two but now I accept the challenge. Stay tuned LOL

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  2. My ladies send their regards to Reagan. I wonder if the turkeys come up short come Thanksgiving...hmmm. Anyway....Hi! {{waving at your picture}}

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    1. LOL, as far as I know there was a sudden influx of turkeys here. I'm not sure where they came from but I'm sure they'll keep the population down by any means necessary :O)

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  3. Looks like you are entertaining Reagan quite nicely! She looks to be having a very good time. Turkeys, oh my! I grew up on a turkey farm. We had thousands of them. The domestic birds are a bit dumber that the wild variety. I remember us having to go out and "walk" the birds to break up a crowd that gathered for some reason or the other -- if you didn't do that, they would trample each other to death! Needless to say, I ate a lot of turkey! I still love it at thanksgiving though and I make a variety of turkey recipes. I could probably write a cookbook - 100 ways to cook a Turkey!

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    1. Wow, a turkey farm. My tolerance of the cooked bird is usually limited to the holiday as well. They are fed well. They are over by a hospital so they get plenty of scraps. I would read the cookbook but can't guarantee I would be cooking LOL

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  4. I'm only used to farm turkeys. Are you saying the turkeys in the photo are just roaming around the city... like pigeons?!

    I freak out when a pigeon walks by me. I can imagine the freakout dance I would do if a turkey walked by.

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  5. Lol@ Muff! I would be doing some type if dance too if I was able to stay around long enough.

    Nice selfie!

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