Thursday, November 24, 2011

hoping your feast doesn't fall flat

but even if it does,
remember:
a bad feast makes a good story.

happy thanksgiving!
and happy birthday, terry, whose feasts never fall flat.

16 comments:

Lowell said...

Such a funny and rather poignant photo! Got to say I laughed out loud.

That's a good way to start Thanksgiving Day. Thanks. Hope you have a wonderful day, too!

Sharon said...

Oh my goodness, I see what you mean with your comment on my site!
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Rachel said...

This made me laugh! Those are even scarier when they are rotten than when they were new. It could be a new trend in Halloween decorating!

Birdman said...

Not too scary now!

Sharon Creech said...

Floop. Squooosh. Feeling deflated?
Love the photo, made me laugh.
Happeeee T-day, brattcat.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's a very sad looking pumpkin on the second step Brattcat, he's done his job and now he's OVER it haha! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, enjoy.

Elenka said...

Happy Thanksgiving to a wonderful couple. Enjoy.

VP said...

That is too funny...
Hace a great and happy Thanksgiving!

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

That is too funny... I've seen quite a few sagging jack o' lanterns on porches... Hoping you and yours have an equally enjoyable celebration today with your family and friends that I will with mine!

Malyss said...

hey, Pumps, who's got the last laugh now?! Ü

slim said...

I guess these are "pardoned pumpkins" and didn't make it to the pie butcher. Enjoy your feast!

Gunn said...

ha-ha-ha-!!:) (to the image)
I hope you will have a nice BIG EVENT!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

I know that your feast will not fall flat, mon amie! Enjoy a day filled with family...

Bises,
Genie

cieldequimper said...

Oh gosh, they're a bit past it! Hope you are enjoying a wonderful day and thank you for your wishes.

Kate said...

They really look like sad sacks!

Jilly said...

Oh this is so funny. Quite the best Thanksgiving photo I've ever seen. Appeals to the cynic in me. Plop went the pumpkin. I wish you could see me laughing and falling off my chair and the dogs barking and wondering what is going on...