- I have clean water to drink.
- I have a roof over my head.
- I have a warm, soft place to sleep.
- I have a kind, loving husband and a caring family around me.
- I have enough money in my bank account to pay my bills.
- I have plenty to eat.
- I live where the weather is not bitter cold in the winter.
- I live in a modern time where family members are only a phone call or air flight away!
- I have friends like you (most of whom I've never met face to face) who are amazingly kind-hearted and generous!
- I have parents who raised me to know what is REALLY important in life!
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving if you are in the United States. If you live elsewhere, have a wonderful weekend!
NOTE: I'm getting closer to being able to get back to my blogging and Blog hopping. We are almost ready to turn in the "LIST"! Then we will be ready to start on the site clean-up. That will not involve as much as my presence as the list did. I might dig up a few prized plants before the bulldozers destroy them.
My sister and I have rented a spot in a juried craft sale on December 7th. I had a lot of quilts, wallhangings, etc. that I had made for it that I lost in the fire. I have made a few more things, but not even enough to recoup the cost of the space rental. I will be furiously working to make a few more items for that during this next week. I am on the decorating committee for a quilt guild Christmas dinner next Wednesday, and I have also started on my Kona solids project for the January hop. We have decided to have Christmas at my son's California home, but I haven't even thought about Christmas gifts yet. (Feeling a little stressed, but that seems to go along with this time of year!) I guess that means things are feeling more normal!
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! (We're off to buy tamales to have along with our turkey tomorrow!)