Oh Deer! Thanksgiving is Coming!

Oh DEER! Did you say Thanksgiving is coming?

Deer at Lake Whitney, TX.

“Yes! Thanksgiving is next week.  Don’t worry though –people USUALLY eat turkeys for Thanksgiving!”

“I’m SO thankful I’m not a turkey!”

“But deer season isn’t over yet!”

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!  I am so thankful for you!  Many of you have become “dear” to me this year!

 I thank my God every time I remember you.  Philippians 1:3

God bless you!

 

About Kimberly Guthrie

Kimberly Guthrie loves adventures in the outdoors. National Park Ranger, Outdoor instructor, curriculum writer, teacher and guide at Mount St. Helens’ Seven Wonders Museum are some of her life adventures. Kim continues to write and teach about the outdoors. Currently, she serves as outdoor education consultant for Allaso Ranch near Hawkins, Texas. Kim holds a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from University of Central Arkansas and a masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Northern Illinois University.
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4 Responses to Oh Deer! Thanksgiving is Coming!

  1. Happy Thanksgiving!

    That was really cute. On a side note, growing up we **shhhh** did have venison for Thanksgiving in addition to turkey and all the fixins. ;)

  2. kimgjones says:

    LOL Heather! That sounds yummy! We had venison when we were kids too! Shhh! I thought it tasted great! Hope you and your family have a very blessed Thanksgiving! I praise God for your witness and love for Him! (:

    Kim (:

  3. Kid Reporter Kaylee says:

    Thanks for joining us for Thanksgiving! Can’t wait to see pictures from the bird sancuary!
    Oh and LOL!

    • kimgjones says:

      It was a wonderful Thanksgiving! What a joy to be with you all! I’ll be posting some of the bird sanctuary soon! We had fun adventures on our way home too! (:

      Ranger Kim

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