Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Yarn Along


.~ Two of my favorite things are knitting and reading (though not at the same time!), and the evidence of this often shows up in my photographs. I love seeing what other people are knitting and reading as well. So, what are you knitting or crocheting right now? What are you reading?





I was hoping that by the time this post published I would have these socks completed. I just became too tired last night.  But.... I am decreasing the toe!!!  By tonight.....done:))). I have some wonderful local yarn that was dyed in Christmas colors that I am anxious to begin.  I know they will be a mosaic pattern, but I am still deciding which one.

That book.  Caitlin gave that to Mr. Golfer a few years ago for Christmas.  She found it in a used book store.  I am fascinated with the story and especially how it seems the Forward could have been written just yesterday. Notice the date.

Usually I would be setting the table for the children and grandchildren to celebrate Thanksgiving. But this year, for the first time they will all be at the inlaws. So we are going out to dinner with our close friends and on Friday the crowd is all coming for a fiesta. It will be a fajita Thanksgivng!  

Also on Friday, Ginny will be hosting a "Christmas Sale" of sorts.  Sponsors and those with shops will be featured.   Drawstrings will be having 15% off all bags from Friday through Sunday so be sure and stop in. Use the code HOLIDAY14.  If you don't find what you want then message me through the shop.  I will do my very best to create what you want!!

Happy Thanksgiving to all!!

11 comments:

  1. what a fun idea....the family fiesta fajita party!!! it just might become a tradition?

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    1. Maybe just every other year:). Next year it's my holiday!

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  2. Those socks look so warm and toasty! I love old books, especially Bible stories - what a gem.

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  3. The fiesta fajita party sounds like a blast! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  4. enjoy! every year has it's own season and blessings! lovely socks! what a good idea of Ginny's! :)

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  5. have a wonderful time with your friends and then during the fiesta a wonderful time with your family! Hope you get lots of knitting time :)

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  6. Enjoy your fiesta!
    Your socks look very cozy and yummy :-)

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  7. Fiesta Friday is a wonderful idea! Those socks looks so very warm and perfect for today - we are getting lots of rain and perhaps a tad bit of snow tonight.

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  8. Happy Thanksgiving and post-thanksgiving party! Love your socks!

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  9. I love the color of those socks. Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your Friday Fiesta.

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