Saturday, November 28, 2009

Thanksgiving Trivia


Whew. The Christmas tree is up, the outside of the house is decorated, the lights are hung. Time to sit back and relax . . . until it's time to go back to work!

Okay, so I took this quiz and got ten right, which was "turkeriffic!"

How did you do?

~~Angie

P.S. This lovely Tom Turkey was running around Glen Eyrie one year when we were there . . . he was noisy!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I got 12 right, but they didn't tell me I was anything special ... *sniff*. But, on a happier note, I remember that turkey at Glen Eyrie, and also got shots of him coming and going. There were a couple of hens, too! That was such a great conference. Clyde

Mocha with Linda said...

I got 13 right, and would have gotten 15 if I hadn't changed two of my answers! Always go with your first instinct unless you are absolutely positive!

Angie Hunt will "sit back and relax" - that's an oxymoron. You'll probably tell us tomorrow that you painted 3 rooms and refinished all your furniture today!

Accidental Poet said...

"Dear Diary,

Whew! Finally had some time to relax. Built an entire living room suite out of toothpicks and cotton batting, and would you believe, it's sturdy enough to support Gary and I AND the dogs. And it's not even noon yet ...

Love, Angie"

Kay Day said...

I got twelve right because I did go with my first instinct. I would have gotten two more right if I had gone with my second instinct!

Kay Day said...

I got twelve right because I did go with my first instinct. I would have gotten two more right if I had gone with my second instinct!

Anonymous said...

Eleven--that first inclination thing, I should have followed them. That Glen Eyrie turkey is stunning. I've never seen such a colorful one running wild.

And a great big DITTO for Susan and Clyde re: all you do, Angie. I love your writing, and the blog chats, but really--you must fess up and show us your Wonder Woman suit sometime. I'm convinced that's the only way you could do all you do. Unless, of course, you pay all the neighborhood kids (or elves) to help. You do, however, provide an excellent role-model and motivation. :-)

Blessings,
Mary Kay