They had a tutorial from PicMonkey on how to make a turkey HERE. Notice mine looks a bit different. He's a bit fatter (he's Italian of course) and decided to wear shades on this Thanksgiving Day! I think he looks pretty fun to me!
I would like to wish all my readers who celebrate Thanksgiving a wonderful day. This year is rather different for me, as Mom is now residing in a nursing home. She is being very well taken care of, and is close to my house, but it isn't the same. I fondly remember Thanksgiving as a big food day in our house. The Macy's Thanksgiving Parade on the television, with my Mom in the kitchen making it smell amazing. She was a fabulous cook, and somehow, I inherited that from her. It made me very happy when I was cooking for her this year while she was home when she said I was a very good cook. Memories are a wonderful thing to have as no one can take those away from us. Making new memories can also be very rewarding as well. I am very thankful on this day that Mom is still with me, we will celebrate at her new residence this year, and I will enjoy every moment of it. We never know what the future will bring, but we should always remain thankful for "the now" and embrace it as much as possible.