Friday, November 19, 2010

Postcard Friendship Friday - Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving... there is so much to be thankful for!
Where are you going on Thanksgiving... I am cooking at home and having family & friends over.
In 1908 parents had the same issues with kids off to school and not able to spend time with the family over the holidays.... click on the card above to read the message.

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11 comments:

Beth Niquette said...

Good Morning Lyneen! You are an early bird today! lol I LOVE this postcard--thank you for sharing it, Happy Thanksgiving and happy PFF!

Snap said...

Perfect card for the Thanksgiving Holiday. He is certainly a fat and sassy bird! Happy Thanksgiving and Happy PFF!

pfranzme said...

Was so excited to post the photo postcard I did post that I forgot it was Thanksgiving next thursday, lol. Happy Thanksgiving! (nice Julius Bien turkey postcard too)

Dorincard said...

Your turkey means a totally different thing than the Turkey against whom Moldova had to defend, thru history...:)

Bob of Holland said...

On your postcard the turkey is beautiful. In real life I think they're quite ugly. Enjoy the holidays - and PFF.

MrCachet said...

Great card! An Antique shop purchase, or did you find it in your attic?

Joy said...

A fine strutting turkey, hope its the one the president saved.

Aimee said...

Great card! I love peering into the lives of others through old postcards!

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

Did many girls go away to college in 1908? It seems unusual to me. But the discussion about whether or not the children will be home must be eternal! :)

PaperSponge.com said...

I agree with B.O.H. Reality = ugly. Postcards = charming. Great looking big ol' turkey for sure.

Debs said...

part of the charm of vintage postcards is the peek into the everyday lives of other people...thanks for sharing this one and happy thanksgiving!