Thursday, November 24, 2011


Us Nov. 2011 by aviva_hadas
Us Nov. 2011, a photo by aviva_hadas on Flickr.

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you Americans & to everyone else, I wish you a day in which you can be Thankful.

In that vein, please reply with something that you are Thankful about.

I'll go first, I am thankful to have a healthy family.


Andi said...

Gorgeous family! I'm thankful for all my quilty internet friends who inspire me by sharing their stories.

Libby said...

I am thankful for all the usual things - family, health, home . . . but this morning I am thankful for canned pumpkin. We just had the most delicious pumpkin pancakes for breakfast *s*

hetty said...

Beautiful family! We celebrated Thanksgiving a month ago, but I am still thankful for everything that has made my life so wonderful - family, friends, health etc. But right now I am on a scrappy quilt kick and I am grateful for all the folks who consider me the 'scrap lady' and bring me all their scraps!

Unknown said...

What a great picture!

I am thankful for my friendships: near and far, face to face and electronic.

Rich blessings to you and yours.

Miri said...

What a beautiful picture! Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Kay said...

I'm thankful that everyone in my family is healthy and employed. Happy Thanksgiving to you.

Rhonda said...

I am thankful for my mom, my wacky girlfriends and my boys and their families! Especially my little princesses, Ayden and Sarah.

dee said...

Great picture Amy!
I'm thankful for having been given the gift of a wonderful marriage, a healthy, happy son who has now brought my sweet DIL into my life.
I miss Roger every day but we made so many good memories together and that sustains me.
Oh! I'm grateful for Thursdays with Lucy. Funny pup.

Quiltdivajulie said...

Gorgeous photo!!!

I am thankful that our family has navigated so many challenging and difficult situations over the past 30+ years (health, employment, financial, etc.) -- and that we are all still together (plus a marvelous DIL).

From that blessed core, we can each go forward into our individual lives, following our passions while coping with the day to day of the real world.

cityquilter grace said...

for my family of course and the freedoms we enjoy each and every day