Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. I hope you had a lovely day regardless of what you did or ate. Even if you spent it by yourself. We have our middle daughter (who's been living with us since June) but our other two kids and 5 grandkids were together in SF. I have to admit I was quite sad not to be there with them -- hopefully this year will not be repeated. But we are extremely grateful that our middle daughter has been staying with us! What a gift that's been.
With the world in such turmoil, just being able to breathe normally, not wear a mask (indoors our own houses) and relax is a gift.
We spent the morning going snow shoeing since it snowed a little bit two days ago. What an absolutely glorious time we had. It was chilly when we started but there was no wind and we got warm very quickly! To me, walking in the woods that look like this is absolutely magical!!
I know I post a lot of pictures of where I am living; I admit I love Central Oregon.
Lest you think I don't sew, I did finish another block for my sprigs and springs. This one was made while catching up with The Crown. I love watching a show while I sew and then I can remember what I watched when I sewed one particular block (at least for a little while--then I will have no memory whatsoever!! vbg)
I am still using the back basting method, although there is lots of room for improvement! I will admit I don't miss having to mess with those tiny pieces of freezer paper for the leaves. So the jury is still out on that.
The WINNERS of my giveaways are:
Janine and Heather.
Please send me your snail mail addresses so I can zip those out to you.
have a great weekend. Stay safe everyone!!