|A FOGGY BAYFIELD HARBOR MORNING|
Most of my interest these gray November days has been focused on reading. With an open mind all the way through I finished a book called Return From Tomorrow about a young soldier, George C Ritchie who, after being twice declared dead by a Doctor came back to life 9 minutes later. It is his story about what he saw, where he went, who he went with, and how he felt in those 9 minutes. Normally, I would have been skeptical about this book but having come across related subject matter in the last 4 books I have read regarding UFOs, Extraterrestrials, and Encounters I have been able to find a definite connection in what I thought were originally two different and unrelated subject matters. I am now reading Anne and Whitley Streiber's book The Afterlife Revolution which along with the other books is beginning to tie a few long-held loose ends together for me. When I came across Whitely Streiber's words, 'But there is something much greater, more extraordinary and far stranger going on than we have yet realized', I knew right away with certainty I was on the right track, for those words have been my very exact thoughts for a number of years now. Could it be I am finally getting onto the right track of things? Don't know, but what I'm reading is beginning to open a few doors of interest that I didn't know were there before.
Q: Why did the turkey cross the road?
A: It was Thanksgiving Day and he wanted people to think he was a chicken!
A first grade class was asked to write a paragraph called "What I'm thankful for on Thanksgiving."
Little Johnny's began, "I am thankful that I'm not a turkey."
My husband doesn't think housework is a full-time job. So for Thanksgiving, I served him a raw turkey because revenge is a dish best served cold.
Q: What do you get when you cross a turkey with a banjo?
A: A turkey that can pluck itself!
Q: What did baby corn say to mama corn?
A: Where's popcorn?
Q: What did the turkeys sing on Thanksgiving Day?
A: God save the kin.
Q: What did the turkey say to the turkey hunter on Thanksgiving Day?
A: Quack! Quack!
Q: What do you get when a turkey lays an egg on a hill?
A: An eggroll.
Q: Why did the turkey refuse dessert?
A: He was already stuffed.
Q: What kind of key can't open doors?
A: A tur-key.
Q: Why did the farmer have to separate the chicken and the turkey?
A: He sensed fowl play.
Q: What happened to the turkey that got in a fight?
A: He got the stuffing knocked out of him!
Q: When did the cranberries turn red?
A: When they saw the turkey dressing!