I hope everyone had a great weekend. Here in Canada, we were celebrating Thanksgiving and most people gathered with their family and/or friends and had roast turkey. Ever the rebels, my husband and I stayed home, worked on the addition and had a casserole-it did have turkey in it and it was home made but not quite the same. We did, however, finish the outside of the room. I am taking a day off today and getting inside stuff done. I have a quilt I have to get finished and neck scarves to make for the local scout group.
With the definate change in season comes a change in clothing and I've put away my summer wear and got our the winter things. If the weather warms up again, it won't be a problem as I always keep a couple of outfits to wear in the house if it gets too hot.
Of course, once Thanksgiving passes, thoughts start turning toward Christmas. I won't have much to do this year as we will be in England celebrating a wedding. It will nice to spend the day with my family before flying home on the 26th.
If you would like to buy yourself a little quilty gift this year, my book will be ready. It will be a downloadable and can be bought through paypal. There will be more details later but I can tell you that there will be at least 10 patterns, many of them scrappy, plus some stories of our move and life here in the backwoods. The cost will be $25.00 with a presale special.