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#2484701 11/26/15 09:05 AM
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Dear friends:
Hope you all have a wonderful celebration and, if possible, surrounded by loving family.
Thinking of you, remembering Marty, and giving thanks for "the ties of love that bind us, giving dignity, meaning and worth to all our days."
Karl Watson,
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Thanks, Karl! laugh

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours,
and to all my friends here at PianoWorld.

I love this time of year!



Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see
~Mark Twain
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Karl Watson #2484737 11/26/15 11:02 AM
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Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours as well, Karl!

Excerpts from a Thanksgiving poem I wrote...

One more thing, if I may implore
Giving thanks is not a chore
But a way to honor God, Country and more

Wishing you all the best!

Rick




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Karl Watson #2484757 11/26/15 11:57 AM
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone and Rickster for the Thanksgiving poem.

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I am thankful for those I love, those I like, my health while it lasts but most of all I am thankful for the gift of music.

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Karl Watson #2484806 11/26/15 03:37 PM
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Happy Thanksgiving!


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Karl Watson #2484857 11/26/15 07:16 PM
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Happy Thanksgiving, and whatever Tiny Tim would have said for Thanksgiving had Dickens written "A Turkey Tale." 😂


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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. This is a great forum; and thanks to all our great members for all the sincere and inspiring posts.

Now back to the piano. I have a lot of calories to work off.



Enjoy


"Imagine it in all its primatic colorings, its counterpart in our souls - our souls that are great pianos whose strings, of honey and of steel, the divisions of the rainbow set twanging, loosing on the air great novels of adventure!" - William Carlos Williams
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From memory doesn't a turkey feature in the final stages of "Christmas Carol"?


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PhilipInChina #2484906 11/27/15 12:52 AM
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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina
From memory doesn't a turkey feature in the final stages of "Christmas Carol"?


You are correct, sir! Scrooge calls out to a boy in the street, and sends him to buy the "prize turkey," intending to send it to the Cratchit house.



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I hope everyone had a Thanksgiving filled with family, friends, and fellowship.

Frank Baxter's turkey:

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Yesterday I roasted an 18 pound turkey, and it was good. But, even better, today I had a leftover turkey sandwich! Good bread, slathered in mayonnaise, salt and pepper, and, of course, turkey. Man, it was good...

It was a nice day. Good food and a few good friends were with us. Sometimes the leftovers are the best part though. laugh



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After a few days, the sandwiches were a little monotonous, so I switched to open-face sandwiches slathered in gravy for a couple days! wink
Anyway, the turkey's gone, so now I'm working my way through the ham. laugh



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Either way, sounds like heaven.
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