I have this throughout my basement. Everything is upstairs or in the carport. But, I said I was going to share some things I am grateful for, so here we go.
I am grateful for a wonderful family, of 5 children and 7 grandkids, and for the opportunity I get to be able to go on vacation with my hubby. In September we celebrated 35 years of marriage. We went to Glacier National Park, and had a great time, hiking and just enjoying all the wonderful sites.
I am thankful that I have learned handpiecing, so that I can work on some of my quilting projects during this time. I have no place to set up my machines right now, but I can still create.
I am thankful for the fact that I am able to work and that I am in good health. I am also thankful for great readers like you. I enjoy being able to create, and I know once my sewing room is back together, I will be even more thankful for the things I can create.
So, what are you thankful for? I love reading comments and I try to respond as quickly as I can.
Also, the city has said they won't pay for the repairs. I don't understand it. It was their issue, they should pay. If I damaged someone's property I would have to pay. If you are feeling generous, and would like to he, we have a go fund me account set up. http://gf.me/u/npdzjf
Please join the other bloggers on this tour. Thank you to Ti, for putting these blog hops together.
Week of November 6th:
Week of November 11th:
11: The Sewing Scientist, 12: Sweet Mama Life, 13: Big Fly Notions, 14: Manning the Machine, 15: Stitched by Jennie, 16: My Heart Will Sew On, 17: Sew 4 Five
Week of November 18th:
18: The Fairy Dust Bin, 19: Kathys Kwilts and More, 20: Sewing with D, 21: My Sewing Roots, 23: Tenille's Thread, 24: The Bear and the Pea Atelier
Week of November 25th: