Monday, 12 October 2020

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!


Even though our Thanksgiving gatherings 
must be small this year (immediate family only 
is recommended), don't let Covid-19 
spoil this holiday for you!

We can still enjoy
a ridiculously yummy meal!


Whether you dine on traditional turkey . . .


. . . or its vegetarian alternative . . .


. . . be sure to have some pumpkin pie for dessert!


And remember the Reason for the Season!


50 comments:

jaz@octoberfarm said...

happy thanksgiving up there!

Moving with Mitchell said...

Thanks and giving. May there be a lot more of both in the coming year!

anne marie in philly said...

hope you and your rare one had a nice holiday. YAYZ for elastic waistbands 24/7/365!

Adam said...

Enjoy your thanksgiving

Bob said...

Happy Canadian Turkey Day.

Loosen the belt and enjoy!!

coffeeontheporchwithme said...

I LOVE the one with the sign on the back. Both of my kids had part time jobs in a busy grocery store and can both relate to that one! Hope you had / have a good Thanksgiving. We celebrated yesterday with a very small gathering around the table. -Jenn

Parnassus said...

Hello Debra, Happy Thanksgiving! That "Thursday's Temperature" cartoon was one of the best you have found in a while!
--Jim

Lady M said...

Happy Thanksgiving - I hope you enjoyed yourselves and let those elastic waistbands earn their keep!

JFM/Jan said...

Happy Thanksgiving to your beautiful Canada!!!
Stay Safe!
Love the veggies tray!!!
🍁🎃☕🍂🌙

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

First things first: I like his sign and his jeans...
Second: Happy Thanksgiving! I don't know if we are going to celebrate, TBH. I really don't want to be around too many people, even if they're family!

XOXO

Martha said...

The one with the sign on the back! HAHAHA I imagine that's quite a popular question this time of year. Happy Thanksgiving!

DVArtist said...

Great TG jokes. I like the first one. Enjoy your day.

Kirk said...

Happy Thanksgiving. I laughed at the temperature cartoon.

John M said...

Happy Thanksgiving! We will have ours towards the end of November.

Martha said...

These are all great! Happy Thanksgiving to you, enjoy :)

Tundra Bunny said...

Now THAT'S a vegetarian turkey that even a carnivore like me could enjoy, as opposed to a tofu turkey [insert retching sounds here]... Only 73 more days until Turkey Aspic!

Cynthia said...

Happy Thanksgiving. I love the vegetable turkey.

Suz said...

I love the grocery workers' shirt/sign.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

Travel said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Ellie-TheForgottenMuse said...

Happy Thanksgiving Debra!! <3

Bill Lisleman said...

Happy Thanksgiving. Thanks for the post because it reminded me to send wishes up north.

Mistress Maddie said...

You last picture is the reason Thanksgiving is the best holiday!!!!!!!

May you enjoy your Thanksgiving debs!!!!

Bob Johns said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your rare one.

bobbie said...

Happy Thanksgiving up there! Gobble till you wobble!

Leanna said...

Happy Thanksgiving, darlin!
That veggie turkey tray looked so yummy. I should try making my veggie tray look like that this year. Every turkey day I make a veggie tray with carrots, celery, cucumber slices, peppers, and pickles. I also make a big fruit tray with bite-sized chunks of watermelon, apple, pear, pineapple, and seedless green grapes. I try to keep it as healthy as possible.

Rain said...

Great funnies, Happy Thanksgiving Debra! :)

brewella deville said...

Hurry up and eat so you can get to the best part of any Thanksgiving Day, the nap.

Mike said...

Let's start eating today and not stop until USA thanksgiving.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Thanks and giving - that's the ticket.
Have a great week, Debra.

Marie Smith said...

Happy Thanksgiving! The second one is priceless. Ask me about it.

Guillaume said...

We often used to have tourtière for Thanksgiving. Oh and I always preferred Canadian Thanksgiving, it made more sense to me to celebrate in October.

Joanne Noragon said...

Love the stockman's solution.

Frank said...

Busy day here, just getting around to blogs...hope your day was festive! Thanksgiving was/is my favorite holiday: lots of food - good home cooking, no church, no presents, no gaudy decorations.

Janie Junebug said...

Happy Thanksgiving, beloved Debra. I hope you have a lovely, long weekend.

Love,
Janie

Fundy Blue said...

That veggie plate is awesome! And yes, that goodness for elastic waistbands ~ LOL! I hope that you Thanksgiving was the best!

peppylady (Dora) said...

Have blessed Thanksgiving

Linda said...

I totally agree on the elastic waistbands hahaha! The vegetarian turkey is really awesome. I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving Debra!

JACKIESUE said...

happy thanksgiving..hope you had a good one..and got your card and the gift for the oldies..goddess bless you, yet again.

Sue Bursztynski said...

Oh, that poor turkey with the temperature forecast! Have a good holiday. We don’t have that festival here. Do you think the White House will hav3 it’s traditional ceremony of pardoning a turkey this year?

Debra She Who Seeks said...

@ Sue Bursztynski -- Are you referring to the conspiracy theory that Trump will resign before the election rather than be seen to lose it, and then will have acting-president Pense give him a pardon for any criminal offences while in office? I think it's a possibility, LOL!

This N That said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I have succumbed to the elastic waist band! Love the sign on the guys back LOL..Cool veggie plate...

The Captain said...

We don't have Thanksgiving, turkey is purely a Christmas affair. Local turkey farmers have stopped fattening up our Christmas turkeys because we will probably only be allowed 6 people around the table (we have the rule of 6).

baili said...

haha
Happy thanksgiving dy dear Debra
i really hope restrictions in your area are down and these complaining funnies are just for laughs :)
hugs!

Brian Joseph said...

Happy belated Thanksgiving.

That giant Turkey may indeed be destroying a city. But perhaps he has actually defeated the giant monster has actually destroyed the city.

^.^ said...

I looove that food plate turkey arrangement idea !!!

Richard said...

Haha That Can't Be Right was funny.

Richard said...

I gotta reply to our friend sue bursztynski.
He won't go near a turkey, let alone pardon one. He doesn't participate in our rituals. People tried to tell him but no, he's DJT. Remember when he went for that photo-op with an eagle and it tried to bite him?
I been worried about how to dispose of that carcass, when the time finally comes. I don't want to defile water. I don't want to use fire and i don't want him in the ground. Maybe we can just shoot him full of formaldehyde and he can be our first Space Force test body. Sorry for the rough language.
I know that this is supposed to be a more light hearted place.

Sue Bursztynski said...

Debra, no, I hadn’t heard that conspiracy theory. I was just referring to the tradition. He must have pardoned three turkeys by now, yes?

Richard, the Parsees put their dead out for the vultures for precisely that reason, not to defile any elements. You might be interested to read a new book, And The Last Trump Shall Sound, in which there is a story involving Trump’s tomb...

Ur-spo said...

Next time I will go with the fellow to help him with his shopping

Magic Love Crow said...

I hope you and your Rare One had a very Happy Thanksgiving! Big Hugs!