Behind schedule - the story of my life.
With a visitor from Hearst with us this week, it was much more fun last night to go out to dinner - especially since our guest was treating - than it was to stay home and knit.
That meant that this morning, being the first up, I was playing knitting-catch-up. By Thursday, the goal was to be finished the foot on Sis' Sock. Instead the foot was about half finished.
Now, after my pre-breakfast marathon of knitting, I am almost finished. The foot that is.
All of this, as Thanksgiving approaches, makes me grateful. Grateful for needles and yarn. Grateful for eyes and fingers that still work. Grateful for a sister that appreciates my knitting.
Grateful for friends that treat us to dinner. Just plain grateful.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian readers. And to non-Canadians readers, why not cook a turkey? Just for the sheer pleasure of the smell and taste.
Oh, don't tempt me...I LOVE turkey! :-) Have a Happy Thanksgiving, and don't feel too bad about being behind schedule. My husband has been on vacation the past two weeks, and I haven't gotten anything done the entire time. People will think I've dropped off the edge of the earth. My house thinks I've dropped off the edge of the earth. Monday - life returns to normal. LOL!
Happy Thanksgiving! Canadians are much more sensible about having Thanksgiving in October than we do here in The States so close to Christmas.
I bet you get it done no problem! Have a great weekend!
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