Happy Thanksgiving from the Zellers


I just wanted to write a brief post to say that I am thankful for all of my readers in 168 countries.  I know that you non-U.S readeres don’t celebrate our Thanksgiving holiday, but it is special to us, as we do celebrate and give thanks for what we have.  As for my self, I am thankful that I have good health, including all of the parts that I was issued.  I still have my own knees, hips, tonsils, appendix, teeth and I have perfect eyesight except for reading.  I am missing some hair and a gallbladder, but, hey, I am 83.  You can’t expect me to be absolutely perfect.  I am also very thankful for my choice in picking a wife nearly 60 years ago.  Ann is the love of my life and my best friend.

But, really, I am so glad so many of you readers have stuck with me, and I am still welcoming new readers.  You have found that I have a quirky sense of humor, but on the other hand, you know I have a serious side, too.  As I have reached this age, I continue to have thoughts of stopping writing this blog.  I don’t know when I will write my final post, but you all will be first to know.

Ann and I continue to go out four or five times a week, seeking the enjoyment of seeing birds and wildlife, and getting more photos for your enjoyment.

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American Goldfinch

So that’s all for this post.  Time to dig into our Thanksgiving dinner.

Please click on my “Bob’s Gallery” button to see my newest and all of my photos.  If you would like to make purchases, the information is there for you.  I do appreciate all of you.

HAPPY BIRDING!!

 

HAPPY BIDRD

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11 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving from the Zellers

  1. Happy Thanksgiving from Cape Cod !
    Keep it up, please ! No one else can do what you do the way you do !
    (If they could they’d be doing it !)
    John and Marilyn Gullett

    • Thank you very much, John and Marilyn. How very nice to hear from you. What a great compliment. Rest assured, I will continue as long as I feel I can do it. Merry Christmas to both of you up there in Cape Cod.

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