Thanksgiving Blessings

Cranberries cooking on the stove.


Freshly pressed linens.


Dining room bathed in sunlight today.


Grandchildren and Maggie waiting to walk to the Rhodie Gardens.


M & M feeding the ducks.


Getting your ducks in a row.


Having hot cocoa in my kitchen.


It has been a week-end of mixed blessings. Steph was ill on Thursday and so we had to end the turkey dinner early. Yesterday, our friends, Pete and Diane from the Sacramento area, came by and we went out to lunch at Papa Haydn, renowned for their desserts. Pete worked for GE, and they lived in Wilmington, NC at the same time we were there. I hadn’t seen them in ages, since I started quilting. Diane was blown away by my quilts. I enjoyed seeing my work through someone else’s eyes.

I have finished piecing and sashing the auction quilt. Tomorrow, I will assemble the blocks and add the borders. Do you think I am capable of matching the seams?


2 Responses to “Thanksgiving Blessings”

  1. DebR says:

    What beautiful photos!

    I hope Steph feels better.

    Glad you got to visit with old friends.

    Yes, I think you are. 🙂

  2. Of course you can match the seams — when you want to 😉 Looks like you made the most of T-Day, even if it was short.