Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Turkey Day

Today the boys and I went visiting teaching. (They're great companions!) The gal I went to see has lots of animals and the boys loved checking it all out. They have a stinky goat named Jacob, which gave us a good laugh. I thought the turkeys were pretty cool (and loud). I'm not sure I've ever seen or heard a turkey in real life. I've always thought they said, "Gobble, gobble." Here is what a REAL turkey sounds like.
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They are kind of funky looking creatures and I'm told they're not very smart. The boys also got to see the goats, alpacas, and chickens. Josh said everything was "fluffy." I'm proud that they didn't freak out, which is what I was expecting. Hopefully she didn't think I was a complete weirdo for having my camera out and snapping pictures while visiting teaching! What can I say? Mamarazzi...always got to have that camera ready!

7 comments:

angie said...

hey natalie! your family is darling! i finally decided to become a blogger, and i saw you on joanna's. i thought i'd say hi! where are you guys living now? what else is new since last time i saw you like 4 years ago?!

Meet the Ludlow's said...

I am digging the term 'mamarazzi'! That is so me too! Love the turkey posts.

tutus and turtles said...

Where do you live again? he he. Sounds like a very educational visiting teaching visit!

Danielle said...

Nat,
I was the one that posted before. I forgot to sign out of my other blog name. Just thought you want to know.

Katie said...

Hey Natalie,
It's Katie. Loved the "Turkey Day" entry. I started my own blog, but I need your help. I will contact you later today. Maybe we can get together and you can help me. It's really quite fun! Katie

Kelly said...

Mamarazzi?! I love it! Hey, when your kids are so cute, what are you supposed to do? :)

Bybees said...

LUCK-Y! I wish my vt people had animals. Perfect mini field trip in time for Thanksgiving!