Monday, November 15, 2010

Guess who's invited to Thanksgiving Dinner?



No, just kidding! We wouldn't have a squirrel for Thanksgiving. Well, unless he offered to bring a pumpkin pie or something.....

25 comments:

Daisy said...

HA! Maybe he'll bring a NUT pie! :D

Cute picture, Shelley!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

HA---thought you were going to catch him and cook him for Thanksgiving Dinner... OH --that was BAD... Sorry--I just couldn't help myself.

Poor little squirrel... Wish I liked them a little more than I do. They are CUTE--and easy to photograph (even though I have NEVER EVER taken a picture of one).

Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

I think he would make a very polite guest for Thanksgiving Dinner. I'm quite sure he would clean up his plate!

Jane's In The Jungle said...

OK was kinda wondering what you were gonna serve when I saw the pic...fried squirrel maybe?? LOL!

Mildred said...

Cute picture Shelley. I think his table manners would be horrible!

Wall-to-wall books said...

Ha! Cute!

Yes, that Cappuccino/Latte' maker would be perfect for your cabin!!! You MUST get Greg to buy you one for Christmas! Glen bought me mine for Christmas like 4 yrs ago and I still love it!

Knatolee said...

Well, he sure would be an exciting guest!!

Constance said...

Since I have redneck blood flowing through my veins (on my daddy's side), fried squirrel is not foreign to me! What wine goes with rodent?
Happy Thanksgiving!
Connie

Darla said...

You are too funny...how are things going?

Busy Bee Suz said...

He is so cute.
Do squirrels in Michigan bake? I am moving.

grammy said...

Cute
Shelly, you would love the children's book
A Turkey For Thanksgiving by Eve Bunting
I love it because I love Moose... but it has a cute ending.

April said...

What a cute little visitor!!!

Just a little something from Judy said...

My memories come back to the time one of those cute little guys destroyed my family room when he came down the woodstove pipe. I think he looks best out on the porch. Actually,he looks quite handsome on the picture.

Jen said...

Pecan Pie is his specialty!
Adorable picture.

Patsy said...

He is a cute little guy but don't guess he would share his pecans.

The Retired One said...

baaahahahaaaa!!!!

Charli and me said...

How cute! You take the most fantastic photo's! Maybe he could bring a pecan pie :>)

cindyzlogic said...

Ha! Ha! What a fluffy little guy!

Powell River Books said...

Would a few nuts from his cheek pouches do? - Margy

Tricia said...

Or maybe a pecan pie? I'm sure he has plenty of nuts lying around the place, he probably just can't remember where he 'HID' them all! LoL!

Tricia said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you & your family & GOD BLESS!

Ginger said...

That is hilarious. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

How cute! I hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful Shelley! Are you covered with snow yet?
Blessings,
Marcia

Tammy ~ Country Girl at Home ~ said...

I never pictured him as part of your meal (not when we're talking Shelley here), but more like him sitting at your table enjoying a piece of pecan pie with you or something! :) Hope you had a great Thanksgiving, Shelley!

Can't wait to see that cabin of yours decked out for Christmas! :)

Blessings,
Tammy

PatsyAnne said...

Hope everything is OK with your little family... its not like you to not post for such a long time.

Hope you all had a wonderful and peaceful Thanksgiving - plenty of turkey and stuffing, and delicious treats the the cabin folk and nuts and seeds for the outdoor "folk".. waiting your next blog with baited breath to find out how your holiday went and what is happening in your "neck of the woods"... miss you much!