No sewing to report.
I got bogged down in making fabric choices.
I am still playing BAG IT with Elm Street Quilts and I am making some vinyl bags next.
I am knee-deep in 12-hr split shifts right now at work and while I had today off (Yay! for Turkey Day), I found myself indecisive about which fabrics to cut into and what I wanted this sewing to become.
We had a small gathering at my Thanksgiving table and it went very well. (No drama). Of course, we are now into a turkey coma. Well - not me, exactly. Turkey disagrees with me nowadays thanks to the soy injections so I limit myself to one slice. I'm really in a rice crispy treat coma. I can tolerate all the ingredients in this dessert and over indulgence happens.
I think I will put the sewing on hold until Saturday afternoon after work finishes.
I'm going to go read my book:
I'm grateful and thankful for:
1. I can decide whether I will sew or read my book.
2. That we have plenty of food in my nice warm house with family.
3. That I have enough fabric to cause dithering.
4. The bright, sunny day with the gorgeous full moon.
5. Flowers on my table picked (flash frozen) from my garden offerings.
6. Safe travels for family members.
7. Family members who embrace the "Just be polite" mantra and are able to move forward.
8. I can keep three silly jokes in my head at the same time.
I'll leave you with some super silly jokes my co-workers and I were telling random customers yesterday (supervisor gone all week ( she of the "NO TALKING" (wasting time))).
What do you call a turkey with no feathers?
What happens when two turkeys get into a fight?
***They kick the stuffing out of each other***
How does a turkey drink his wine?
***In a goblet***
What's a turkeys favorite dessert?
And a couple my friend in Japan told me:
Why did the turkey sit on a tomahawk?
What sound does a space turkey make?
I would love to hear what you are thankful for.