Friday, September 20, 2013

Un petit quelque chose ~ Gobble gobble

 I am really looking forward to later in the fall and the holiday season; I am fatigued with heat and the last dregs of summer, as here in Southern California September acts like just another summer month. So  this adorable turkey at Home Goods had no trouble at all making his way into my cart. I love that he is so colorful and glittery. I have a thing for turkeys, nice ones are hard to find. I have no idea exactly where I will put him, but wherever, he will definitely add to the Thanksgiving season.
Gobble ~ Gobble
Now I really must think about Halloween!


  1. Know how you feel about September being just another summer month. I keep telling my hub that we will regret wishing for an end to this warm (read HOT) weather in Louisiana. Linda@Wetcreek Blog

  2. c'est une belle saison l'automne
    dans votre bannière vous avez un superbe chat avec toutes les
    couleurs de cette saison
    moi non plus je n'aime pas les grosses chaleurs
    edith (iris) France

  3. For me in Miami Florida is one the must hot month is been reining a lot here
    but to hot I'm in to Fall decoration next month Is for me to put all my Halloween decoration.
    I love new turkey is so beautiful

  4. Oh your turkey is magnificence - he will reign over the Thanksgiving dinner. Yes, you are right never see them in the stores only silly ones.
    You are so trght about the heat here - I am really TIRED of it and will never complain about being cold again. Just want to put my jeans and sweaters or and light a fire in my outdoor fireplace with some hot mulled wine.
    Have a great weekend.
    PS my email has changed to I have tried to change on Google but it doesn't seem to work.

  5. Gorgeous turkey. Glitter makes everything better. MI certainly has a change in seasons. Before we know it, snow will be on the ground. Happy Friday!

  6. Your turkey looks perfect. He just your colors.
    Smiles, Dottie

  7. That's a great turkey, Adrienne!
    I'm a bit torn about turkeys. On the one hand I like them, on the other I completely dislike it when they tear up my front garden. They just pretty much destroyed my Mexican sunflower. We have a flock of turkeys here and they currently tour the neighborhood instead of staying in the woods. Fun to watch as long as they don't get into the gardens, but I can understand that they can't withstand the temptation.


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