the poor favorite forgotten holiday.:)
we just leave all our non-jack-o-lantern goodies up and add in a few extras.
and second grade pilgrim girls
i fell in love with this when i saw it but it just didn't look quite right over our fireplace.
so i decided to put it on the little wall near the stairs and hang our thankfuls there.
so far i think it works.
...momentary pause for a cute little princess dora with her cape, backpack, pony and paper boots prancing around...
i just loved this too.
so i decided to make one.
our fireplace needed a little somethin since our thankfuls were hanging somewhere else this year.
and one of my favorite thanksgiving things...the quilt i made with the first grade class i interned with waaaaaaaay back in 1988. (yikes!) they gave it to me as a gift when i left and it has hung in my/our home ever since.
so there you have it.
that's pretty much what thanksgiving looks like around here.
have a happy day,
1. a warmer day
2. peanut butter on wheat toast
3. small towns
4. shiny clean appliances
5. a full pantry