The Best Part Of Thanksgiving Weekend

Pie for breakfast!

I hope those that celebrated had a lovely Thanksgiving. Ours was our usual traditional event. Wednesday involved pie baking and dinner prep. Thursday we gathered and ate nearly nonstop all day. Yesterday I avoided all shopping and relaxed. For all this I am truly thankful.

I’m gathering my fortitude for Christmas shopping and decorating. There is a lot rattling around in my head at this time of the year. I’ll let some of that spill out soon. And if you happen to see my knitting mojo would point it in this direction. I’ve looked everywhere and I just can’t find it.

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7 Responses to The Best Part Of Thanksgiving Weekend

  1. sewadilly says:

    Pie and eating sounds perfect!!!!! Mojo is one of the things that hides then it pops in your head accompanied by yarn/needles and away you go. Enjoy each day as it comes .. your wonderful mojo will pop back (zap) and off to knit you will go. Enjoy enjoy enjoy 🙂

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  2. LDSVenus says:

    The pie looks amazing!

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  3. Looks like your pie baking mojo is doing just fine!

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  4. ReginaMary says:

    Apple pie for breakfast IS. THE. BEST!!

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  5. Meg Hanson says:

    Happy Thanksgiving (a bit late….we were out of town and I am now catching up on emails and blog reading). Apple pie for breakfast is delicious. Not sure if you are up for trying a new direction for your fiber adventures, but I have really enjoyed my Schacht Cricket Rigid Heddle Loom for weaving. It is a manageable size, not too intimidating, and there are quite a few things you can make with it.

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  6. Glad you had a good Thanksgiving! Pie is really the best part of tge holiday 🙂

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