gratitude every day.
This week I am thankful for our Thanksgiving road trip - good weather for traveling and good times with our kids.
I liked the beautiful walk we took along the South Platte River on Thanksgiving Day!
I like checking out the public art in the small Kansas town where our younger son lives.
(LeeAnna, you know where this is!)
This is a giant painting on a giant easel installed in 2001, painted by a Canadian artist, as an homage to Vincent VanGogh. It's intriguing to drive into town and come across it! They also have other easel installations in parks around town, and we took a little drive to see them.
One more -
I liked this beautiful Kansas sunrise!
When we are with our kids, we play lots of cards and games, so I pulled this one out of our game cupboard to take along, and we ended up having a lot of fun with it!
If you enjoy the Phase 10 card game (which we do), this is the same idea, but with dice and a couple different rules.
I like these new wool socks that I got on the way home from our Thanksgiving trip. They are pretty and so soft. I've been enjoying wearing them around the house in the early mornings before the house has warmed up.
I like hand sewing the binding on quilts, and I've been working on this one this week in the evenings. Fun polka dots!
More about this finish in my Saturday RSC post! Meanwhile I'll enjoy reading the I Like Thursday posts over at Not Afraid of Color. Thanks, LeeAnna, for hosting each week!