We have so much to be thankful for - family, friends, health, ability to travel and knitting, of course!
After almost 38 years of work at the same place, my husband, Tom, retired. We took the opportunity to spend Thanksgiving with family in both Pennsylvania and New York.
We visited Niagara Falls
|American Falls at Niagara in the afternoon|
|American Falls at Niagara at night|
and were at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
|The big man himself!|
We ate and ate and ate. As a final activity before heading home was the Broadway play “War Horse”.
What wonderful experiences we had. The memories will last a long time.
This week a visit to the gym to renew our membership and get back on the wagon is planned. Haven’t decided yet whether to revisit ughh! Jillian Michael’s “Shred” DVD. It is so evil!
Only a little knitting was accomplished. I finished one of the fourth pair of grandkid’s mittens and still have the thumb to finish on the second of the fourth pair. I finished a gaiter for our 3 year old grandson who didn’t get a scarf this year because of the fear that he would choke himself. The gaiter was a big hit and now his brothers want one too!
I finished one Hermione’s Favorite Socks made for our daughter in Knit Picks Andean Treasure in the colorway Midnight Heather. The yarn is a beautiful and soft alpaca in black with blue and green heathery bits.
The second sock is a third finished. I am making them toe up using the Fleegle Heel. Oh! the joys of knitting black which makes the stitches hard to see but since that is the only color she wears and since she is our only daughter. Well......what’s a knitting mother to do?
Until next time........