Thursday, October 31, 2019

Thankful Thursday ~ 10/31/19

 
Here are some things that made me smile this week:
 
~Sleepovers!  Last Friday night the hubby had to work; Laken stayed the night with her cousins; and Kaylee decided to spend the night at her uncle and aunt's house.  Put that all together and I had a nice, quiet evening to myself with just the dogs :)

~Lion King!  We rented the new version of Lion King from the Redbox Saturday and had a Family Movie Night.  I might like to have time to myself every once in a while, but I do enjoy having the whole family together, also :)



~Nonfiction November!  I decided to join in with the reading event "Nonfiction November".  If you'd like to check out what books I'm going to read, click HERE.  :)


~Yarn Chicken!  Have you ever played Yarn Chicken?  For those who aren't familiar with the term, it is when you only have a tiny bit of yarn left and are trying to finish a project without having to buy more.  Well, I played Yarn Chicken with Medium Thyme (sage green) in an Outdoorsy/Woodsy Baby Blanket I'm making for my Shop.  Here's how much I had left :)


~Last Rose of Summer!  My Dad went outside yesterday afternoon and came in with the last roses of summer from the rose bush that was a starter from my Grandmother's rose garden.  It was dark and dreary outside and the rose really brightened the day :)



 What are you thankful for?  What made you smile today?

Colletta

6 comments:

  1. I am thankful for my family most of all above the love that Christ gives us and my salvation.

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  2. Good to know that Lion King remake is worth seeing.
    Always on the look out for family fun.

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  3. I can not wait to see Lion King!!!! Glad it is good - I will be making time for that soon!

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  4. I took a look at your book list, looks like some interesting reads. I don't read as much as I used to, but I still enjoy a good book now and then. I don't have any small children at my house, even my grands are grown, I would still like to see the new Lion King!

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  5. Wow! That was really close on the yarn. I'm in the process of trying to use some of my yarn left-overs. I'm making some toboggans.

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  6. How did I not know that there was a name for that - Yarn Chicken - HAHAHA!!! Too funny - I just did a washcloth with that same thinking & I held my breath on those last few stitches.

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