Hogwash now means anything not true. So what's Turkeywash? How about anything we're not thankful for?
Here's my list for Turkeywash: Media reports meant to stir up trouble and cause copy cats or trouble (most these days); Protests that grow ugly; People always looking to blame or sue someone; tragedies and illnesses we can't stop; wildfires, floods and hurricanes that cause devastation for so many; people who don't know they receive salvation at the end of this life as a free gift if they accept and believe in Jesus.
BUT I also have a thankful list: Wonderful & loyal friends; amazing relatives; amazing children and grandchildren who love God; that Jesus calls me friend and lives to intercede for me; completing my goat-enhanced devotional; exceptional writer friends; ability to give back to others; my art; a 51 year marriage; the internet & email which places so many opportunities and connections at my fingertips; the ever-changing and beautiful sky scenes; the topography and landscapes of our country; and on and on.
Both lists could be quite long, but I hope to live out this verse from Philippians 4:8
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. (NIV)
If we can channel our thoughts to follow this verse, our hearts will change and negative and angry thoughts and feelings will dissipate. If we can't find something true, noble, right, pure, lovely or admirable in our life at the moment, we can think about Jesus who is all these things.