If I don't blog today, there won't be any post until next week. Thankfully I have a four day weekend and only need to slog through two more days of work. Busy, crazy work.
Roasting the sunflower seeds turned out to be quite easy. We followed the recipe on The National Sunflower Association's website and the seeds turned out to be very crunchy and tasty, plus the whole process was very easy.
Knitting has been sporadic and often only accomplished whilst chatting. I am thankful I have any time at all to knit, thankful for friends who love to knit and chant, and thankful I can knit warm coverings for my hands. The gloves, the blue handspun gloves, grow slowly but they are growing. My main distraction is the mitt. One down, one about half way done. There can never be too many mitts in the cupboard.
The weather had been gray for days. First it snowed, then it rained, but over the last several days it has just been gray and more gray. The view comes as goes, as the mountains play hide and seek behind the clouds.
However, my friends, things could be so much worse. Instead of bemoaning the weather, the ever changing weather, I should be giving thanks for every day I have, for every breath I take. And I am!!!!!
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you, my dear friends.