A little over a year ago I wrote Thankful Turkeys Celebrate – Turkey Day of Infamy 2018.
You’ll be thrilled to know they made it through another remembrance of avian holocaust.
We waited to publish this year’s turkey celebration until all holidays had past.
Safer for them, safer for us.
Sometimes I’ll go out and commune with them. Don’t want to be mistaken for a turkey, me.
You’ll note that Agnes is not in attendance.
We’re concerned, as we miss our friends even though we know they wait for us.
That is The Old Ones promise handed down since before Two-Legs walked on two legs; “We’ll wait for you.”
They have no sense of worlds beyond their own (or at least they’re not telling. I mean, would you? And ruin the neighborhood?) and, as Borges said, “To be immortal is commonplace; except for man, all creatures are immortal, for they are ignorant of death.”
So we ask those that move on to wait for us.
Or they tell us they will.
There is no hurry.
All things return.