I wish each of you a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. In remembering the true meaning of the words “thanks giving”, I think of all the things in my life that I give thanks for. Remembering the positive will suppress any negatives we might have. You can have only one thought at a time so concentrating on the positive will brighten our days.
At the top of my list, I am thankful for all the love and joy given to me by family and friends. The people we are in contact with, whether on a daily basis or much more infrequently, shape just about every aspect of our lives. For those who have passed from my life, I am ever thankful for their love and the cherished memories that will never fade.
I am thankful for all of you who read my blog and again wish you a wonderful and safe holiday!
I wish each of you a wonderful and happy Thanksgiving and hope you are able to spend it with special people in your life. I wish each of you safe travels and a holiday filled with love, laughter and reminiscences over fond memories!
I want to share my “Thanksgiving Cactus”. Its in full bloom and measures 32″ across. Never mind that I bought it during Christmas 4 years ago, thinking it was a “Christmas Cactus”. But it blooms each year at Thanksgiving and a little research confirmed that it is a Thanksgiving Cactus. I bought this as a small plant in a 4″ pot. It amazes me that not only has it lived, it has thrived and grown and grown each year. Although not a traditional color, there’s definitely nothing wrong with a little pink with our turkey.
Halloween is almost here – next weekend! I love pumpkins – they represent Fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving. Plus they are so delicious to eat in great desserts. You can make this easy Pumpkin placemat in time for Halloween. This free pattern will serve double duty as you can use it for a Thanksgiving table setting – just leave off the buttons.
Click to download the free pattern and instructions and start sewing. All you need is the background fabric, orange fabric, green bias tape, baby rick rack, fusible web and if you are making it for Halloween, buttons.
I wish you a fun Halloween! My husband will be handing out our candy since I will be in Houston for the International Quilt Market.