Thursday, November 23, 2006


First and foremost, I'm thankful for my health. I'm thankful that most of the time I'm able to move about freely without thinking twice and without pain or discomfort. It gets me where I need to be.

I'm thankful for my family and friends. They crack me up. They hug and kiss me. They give me tissues when I need them. They put up with my crap. They tell me when they're tired of my crap. 'Nuff said.

I'm thankful for my husband. He washed a lot of dishes today and cut his finger on a glass and never complained and just went on washing. He even ate turkey which he doesn't like all that much and still said it was really good. He puts up with a fair amount of crap also.

I'm thankful for my freedom and that I can pretty much go where I want when I want. I can read the books I want to read. I can speak my mind and be safe knowing I have this freedom and it should be valued.

I'm thankful for the roof over my head and the food in my belly. A lot of people in this world live way too often without enough of either. We can never give back too much.

And of course -I'm thankful for my knitting. It helps me steady the course. It helps me stay sane. It will be a great way to end a yummy, happy, thankful day.


Tracy said...

Ditto to all of the things you are thankful for, well said!
And fantastic looking turkey, it's so pretttttyyyyyy.

BlackCrow said...

And I'm thankful for meeting you and for all the lovely goodies you sent!!
boy but after eating virtualturkey with Sev at Vintage Stitch-O-Rama I can't llok at yours..phew I'm full, not even room for one more watermelon jelly belly :O
Yes your parcel arrived!!! I love it all!

Say said...

That's a wonderful looking turkey!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

I agree with everybody else, that is a great looking turkey! Happy Thanksgiving. :-)

lobstah said...

Lovely post. Happy Thanksgiving (late!)

Suzi said...

That is some fine looking turkey! I don't like turkey my sister is obsessed with and I think slightly disappointed we only have at Christmas.

Hope it all went well, no lumpy gravy or burnt vegies.

Catch up with ya soon!