Giving Thanks


Giving thanks for:

-reading time and knitting time and when they coincide
-the patience to rip out and redo a knitting pattern (third time is a charm)
-family gathering to celebrate


-special diets - lactose free, gluten free, vegan and vegetarian - I don't mind making two gravies.
-dreary days where I can knit more
-adult children who are not very far at all
-chocolate anything


-my husband and my children
-my sister
-pencils, pens and special notebooks
-green beans
-a clean kitchen

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you celebrating!




Comments

  1. Sounds like you had a perfect Thanksgiving Day, Karen!! We are enjoying our Little Men & Co. and have so much to be thankful for also. AND, I worked on my sleeves while we enjoyed "movie night" last night. Started on #2! woo hoo! Hope you have a wonderful day with some knitting mixed in today! blessings ~ tanna

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  2. I continue to be so happy for you that your daughter and son-in-law moved back to the East Coast! It sounds as if your Thanksgiving was perfect. We had a lovely day as well, a little subdued because of the absence of my brother (the first year is always the hardest) but there were still many moments of laughter. xx

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  3. blessings to you also!!! being thankful IS a blessing! :)

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  4. yes! Much to be thankful for! I'll be curious to know what you think of this Atwood book. I didn't care too much for the handmaids tale...{{weird}}

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  5. So much to be thankful for (including Nintendo 64)!

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  6. There was much to be thankful for yesterday and it felt good to spend some time thinking about those things! (And, I hope the third time is the charm!!)

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  7. Your list is lovely. I hope third time was the charm. I've been known to start 5 or 6 times. I rarely give up. I feel so fortunate to have so much in my life.

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  8. So many things to be thankful for. I hope the third time is a charm. Sometimes I just give up keeping track of false starts.

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  9. Giving thanks all weekend! Love your RED yarn. Sharing book thoughts with my daughter today. We have decided to give one another a book this year. I usually give her a book, but now I find it really fun.

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  10. Sounds like a wonderful Thanksgiving! love the variety in gravies! I will need to try making vegetarian/vegan gravies sometime. Love the old Nintendo 64 console!

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  11. What a wonderful list! ... curious to hear what you think of Alias Grace - I've heard the TV adaptation is well-done, but of course I want to read the book first!

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  12. I second many of the things you are grateful for. What a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  13. I'm thankful for blog friends, who many times have become "in real life" friends".

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  14. Looks like a fun day. We have a lot to be thankful for also, and it's always nice to have special times to appreciate all of it. Looking forward to seeing more of your knitting!

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  15. A beautiful gratitude list. I love reading what others are thankful for, and resonating with it. Happy Thanksgiving to you too xx

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  16. Happy belated Thanksgiving! For some reason, your posts have stopped automatically showing up in my inbox & it took me a few days to realize it. Love that quilted wall hanging!

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  17. A lovely list of things to be thankful for.

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