While most families were preparing for Easter Sunday Service and thinking about Ham dinners, we were watching turkeys.
We almost always see turkeys in Wisconsin, but at T.J. Maxx? Weird.
Suddenly, we were surrounded by seventeen turkeys: two females and fifteen Toms. Gulp.
They did a little shopping at Wal-Mart and proceeded to the nearest T.J. Maxx to complete their Easter errands. Needless to say, we had a heck of a fun time watching them strut their stuff.
The colors! Neither of us had ever seen so many fanned out Toms in one place. Of course, before Thanksgiving, you might find more turkeys at the store... in the freezer section.
Do these feathers make my butt look big?
Yes. That's the point.
We heard plenty of gobbles, but we also heard something else: the Toms' dragging and scraping their feathers on the ground.
He's no butter-ball. He's more of a fluff-ball.
I'm a fan!
Happy Earth Day!
Reduce, reuse, recycle and refuse. Seriously.
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