Hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving. Are you still eating Turkey? We had the most wonderful meal at our sons in Gainesville, GA. The kid can cook! I can't even remember what he called what he made but it was a bourbon glazed ham, fresh greenbeans with roasted beets, mashed potatoes with garlic, cheese and cream! Delicious cranberry relish (and I've never liked anything but jellied, this was oh, so good), glazed, roasted winter squash, rutabaga's (never had them either, we always have turnip), homemade bread (he made that too), pumpkin pie, and I'm sure I'm forgetting something else but oh what a delicious meal!
I've been knitting non-stop around here trying to just use up some odd balls of yarn. I've made the famous bandana twice, once for my youngest daughter and once for my oldest granddaughter. I've made mittens, scarves, shawls, hats, one thing that's a secret but if you're on Ravelry you can see it in my projects. The person it's for reads my blog so can't post it here. Check out ScrappyKnitter on Ravelry.com and you can see all my busyness. I'm enjoying the small projects for now and after Christmas I'm hoping to start the Creature Comforts Sweater and Jali Cardigan.
I hope you all have a great holiday season and if you do Christmas, I hope it's Merry and Bright!