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Category Archives: Thankful Thursdays
Knit your turkey. This turkey is having none of your Thanksgiving nonsense. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving, however you are celebrating!
I always have trouble coming up with a topic for my three things. Today I will tell you three things about how I knit. When knitting flat stockinette or any kind of ribbing, I use Annie Modesitt’s combination method. My … Continue reading
This map shows what people are most thankful for in every state https://t.co/WBBoM7ODCP pic.twitter.com/FgZg67wmJ7 — Mother Jones (@MotherJones) November 22, 2017
Through sheer luck, most of us were born in relatively affluent and free countries. We were able to be educated, to get adequate nutrition, to drink clean water, to have the advantages that a large portion of the earth’s population does … Continue reading
Humor. It is the thing that gets us through the trying moments. There was little or no humor in my home when I was growing up, probably a common situation in the rural Midwest. I was always amazed at the … Continue reading
The Internet. I use it constantly. Email. If I don’t have someone’s email address, I tend to lose touch with them. Blog reading. I use Feedly, which is apparently part of Google ( what isn’t part of Google?). My feeds … Continue reading
My family. Extended family was not particularly important to me when I was younger, but that has changed now that I have my own kids. My two boys keep me amused, and I delight in sending them stuff I think … Continue reading
I already had a post scheduled for Tuesday, so I am doing this on one The Real Day. Ten Things I Am Thankful For. The usuals: family, financial security, relatively good health, the good health insurance that keeps it that way; … Continue reading
This is a Thanksgiving tradition at our house. Back in the '70s and '80s and '90s we had to rely on KQRS, a Twin Cities radio station, to play it. Which they always did — it was their tradition, too. … Continue reading