Don't Blink



What are little boys made of?
Snips and snails & puppy dog tails, and I would add
muddy bullfrogs to that mix.
I named this one Jeremiah.




Hilarious attempts by my husband and I to try and put something between the super moon and my camera...I call this one the pizza guy...



Jack was all ears one day...I wished I had a big tale to tell him, but he didn't stick around long enough for more than a hello. Love his big fuzzy ears.



A little cold snap



75 pounds of cracked pecans just waiting to be shelled with a new homemade picker- outer.


Watching the lights in the dark, one of my favorite comforts at this time of year, and a sweet memory of my childhood. Katie has taken up her station underneath..a spot she runs to every year when I put the tree up.


And last but not least, a special goodbye to Tex over at the Run Around Ranch.  This is her last good fence meme, and I wanted to be a part of it.  So while this photo is not that great- it's got old wood and rusty metal...I think two of her favorite types of fences.

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See you all next week.
I know that you all have lots to be thankful for this holiday.   Celebrate the little things, and don't blink- you might miss something!

Happy Thanksgiving!

sharing with Little Things Thursday Eileen's Saturday's Critters 
& ABC Wednesday ~ T is for Tex, & Thanksgiving, & Christmas Tree & for The Farewell Tour
Congrats to ABC Wednesday for ten years! 

49 comments:

  1. I love that frosty scene and the beautiful photo of the moon. And oh how I always loved picking pecans! I think I nibbled as I picked. I sure will miss Tex too! Happy Thanksgiving sweet friend. Hugs, Diane

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  2. A great collection Terri...have Happy Thanksgiving.

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  3. those ears, I had to laugh, and a wonderful goodbye to Tex.We will all miss her, but life sometimes has changes we need to make for ourselves. Love your gate and fence, a perfect photo to end your post today.

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  4. I'm thankful for the rain we got overnight (and the other day). I bet you got some, too.

    I always love all your photos.

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  5. Wishing you and your family a good holiday.I remember hiding a frog under my bed in my dads old cigar box. I remembered it about two months later when my mom swept it out, a little dehydrated.

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  6. LOVE Jeremiah and those gorgeous donkey ears.. your tree is beautiful. I will miss Tex, we have been friends since 09...

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  7. What a great frog picture! He's a big one. I love your Christmas tree with the coloured lights. Every year I'm tempted to go out and buy some coloured lights but I prefer the old incandescent ones to the new LED ones. Your tree is gorgeous! Have a blessed Thanksgiving. I'm glad ours is passed by, although a turkey dinner would be kind of tasty anytime. Blessings, Pam

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  8. I am grinning here to see your photos and your tree! Pies should be being made, but I am goofing off by rearranging the living room to make room for the tree. I think that I am getting ahead of myself.

    Thanks for stopping by, Terri. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  9. Great pictures! Pizza guy made me laugh. Wow, those pecans will make a LOT of pecan pie. :) Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Terri!

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  10. loved the bullfrog. loved jack's ears. the frosty morning... and thank you, terri, for your good fences and your friendship... this is harder than i could have imagined...

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  11. The ears and the upright tuft of hair were priceless and made me giggle. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving.

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  12. Great shots! I am partial, but I love the frog! Yep, lots of us are going to miss Tex!

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  13. Loved all of your pictures, especially the bullfrog!

    Happy Thanksgiving

    All the best Jan

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  14. I'm not one of the people who can pick up a frog like that. Same with snakes or any other reptile or amphibian.

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  15. The pecans bring back a good memory when I shelled pecans with my Dad in Arizona.

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  16. boy...a big ole frog...and tufts of hair...love all these great photos...

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  17. Love the artistic photography. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  18. Those are wonderful pictures. I especially like the tree at night and the ears! -Jenn

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  19. Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving. That is a huge to do you have in your hands and I love the fur on Jack's ears.

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  20. Hello, Terri! These are great images. I love the Jeremiah the bullfrog. Tex will be missed. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and the weekend ahead! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  21. Oh my goodness...I do so love this photo of Jack's EARS!!!

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  22. I love that tuft of hair between Jack's ears! - a very fun set of images. Happy thanksgiving!

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  23. is it toads that give you warts or frogs? (smile)


    ROG, ABCW

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  24. Oh ... I remember about Tex now. I should have thought to do a fence post (haha) but didn't.

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  25. wonderful photo's... the cold and the ears are my favorite

    Wishing you a wonderful thanksgiving

    Have a nice ABC-day / - Week
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  26. You do have such a great blog!! Every picture I looked at, I thought, Oh, I've to comment on this one. I love them all! I want a donkey!! Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  27. That was great! I loved it! I think I know Jeremiah, who was a bullfrog. He was a good friend of mine...

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  28. A beautiful collection of all natural, I love it Terri.

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  29. Hello!:) Love your photo of Jeremiah:)The frosty landscape, and your beautiful tree. Yes, I believe Theresa will like the rust and seasoned wood fence, as I do. Have a great and Blessed Thanksgiving.:)

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  30. 'Beautiful photos! Happy Thanksgiving Day!

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  31. Happy Thanksgiving Terri I love everything about this post. That is one huge frog:)
    The tree is beautiful along with Jacks ears. I am partial to ears fuzzy ones like cows. Theresa will be missed. HUGS B

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  32. I love you special photos! The first one is very cute. My son (12) likes it too!
    #goodfences

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  33. That was a lovely post. Happy Thanksgiving to you & yours as well. - All your photos were just wonderful. Love those big ears that Jack has.

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  34. Love the frog and those small dirty hands!! I also got some pretty hilarious photos when trying to put something in front of the moon. One of mine looked like a bat flying by. I guess that would have been all right for Halloween! Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  35. Oh, what a frog! Love the shot of the ears and the horses....and the tree...just love them all.

    Happy Thanksgiving...I hope you have had a wonderful day!

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  36. hope you had a great Thanksgiving!! love the froggie shot, the Christmas tree and the i believe that is the top of a donkey little head? so cute. awww!! ( :

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  37. I have a 'no tree until December' rule but I am looking forward to it very much. It is my fav thing about Christmas

    Mollyxxx

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  38. Hi froggy, Jeremiah is a great (and traditional!) name for you.

    Happy Thanksgiving, and enjoy your pecans!
    ~

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  39. The froggy is my favorite but all the photos are great!

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  40. ooooh those muddy hands are perfect for holding a frog!!! and yes, i am sure tex loved that fence, all of her favorites!!!

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  41. Hello, Terri! I just love that bullfrog photo. Love the ears and the horses. Great photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  42. The bullfrog caught my eye. Over here they just don't grow that big any more.

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  43. All wonderful stuff! Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving!

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  44. Nice legs on the bullfrog! All those nuts are on your property?

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    1. Oh how I wish they were! No, we buy from a local pecan farm every year. My husband eats nuts as snacks because he is diabetic, so he can't eat sugar. This will give him almost a year's worth to eat...if I can find the time to get them all cracked and in the freezer.

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  45. Picture of the horses are so beautiful...

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