Okay, Kelekona, now you're speaking my language. :-) Here are my top 5 ideas, because I think 5 is enough for now, but if you want more, let me know.
1) I make an awesome shepherd's pie from chopped turkey, blanched carrots/onions, mashed potatoes, and this AMAZING, healthy gravy, that is so delicious and good for you that you can drink it: recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
2) We make wraps from whole-grain tortillas, a little bit of cream cheese, chopped scallion, alfalfa sprouts, and a little meat (turkey is great in this). Roll it up, cut it into pinwheels, and eat. Even better if you wrap it in plastic after rolling it up and let it sit in the fridge for an hour or two.
3) My mother's favorite thing to do with leftover turkey is to make soup with turkey stock, veggies, a drained can of hominy, and a handful of chopped cilantro. Salt to taste. Very lovely winter food.
4) The day after Thanksgiving, I always make turkey hash: Turkey, finely diced potato and onion, and just a smidge of gravy for moisture. Fry on medium for a good, long time before flipping it, so the bottom gets really crusty, then do the same on the other side. Good with a poached egg on top.
5) My partner begs for turkey fajitas sometimes. Turkey strips heated with garlic and chili powder and a dash of cumin. Separately, I sautee onion and pepper strips in a tiny bit of oil with more garlic and chili powder. Stuff into soft corn tortillas and top with cilantro and, if you're my brother-in-law, radish slices.