hey guys - just wanted to wish each of you a wonderful Thanksgiving (here in the USA) - it's great to have all of you as friends and here's to many many more years of knitting together!
The hubby cooked Thanksgiving dinner for his sisters and their families this year. Tradition now, since their mom moved to Florida. I travelled north to have Thanksgiving dinner with my family which I haven't done in years. But I can't wait to get home. I have a wine making project going at home and I'm supposed to do my bottling this weekend!
I hope everyone is safe and happy, well fed, and has found at least one thing to be thankful for.
Peace and best wishes...
We bagged the idea of going to Portland, since we had sick kids. Who wants to drive 4 1/2 hours and then stay in a hotel with sick kids? So instead, I knitted a couple of hats for Christmas gifts for a family with two little boys. My son proudly models one of the hats.
Happy Thanksgiving to all.
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Thanksgiving Greetings from Green Valley, Arizona......76 degrees with blue skies and a gentle breeze.
Just finished a wonderful holiday meal in the courtyard with family, friends and new Arizona acquaintances. Now for a week of sun and relaxation before returning to the great Pacific Northwest.
PS Have finished two works in progress since arriving and have a few more to get started on while here!
Hey Kyle! Happy Thanksgiving! See you soon!
I've the house to myself - a rare occasion - so I've been knitting with the fireplace going and some good movies on the tube.
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Happy Thanksgiving. I'm spending mine holed up in a hotel in WI. I had smoked turkey and swiss cheese sandwiches for my meal as all the restaurants are closed.
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