I liked our road trip to see our kids for Thanksgiving. It was such a nice day on Thanksgiving afternoon that we went out and walked around the Veterans Memorial in our son's town.
There were sculptures and historical information and all kinds of bricks which families had purchased to honor their veterans. We even found some Bottrells who had fought in WWII who were commemorated there. My husband says they would be his grandpa's cousins.
I liked this sight from tiny Goodland, Kansas, which is on the far western end of the state. No, not the Steak and Shake!
A Tesla plugged into a charging station - the owner was sitting in it and waved at me when I took this picture! I wonder where they'd come from and were going.
I liked doing a little Small Business Saturday shopping at the quilt shops along our way.
A charm pack of Grunge Paper White, some red yardage for Christmas projects, and a few fat quarters to add to my stash.
After we got home, I had fun finishing up a tomte house from my #mossandlotustomtesal2018 pattern bundle.
I fussy cut a cat to sit in the doorway.
I have to decide what to do with these fun little blocks. A wall-hanging, a table-topper? I'm not sure yet!
I've also enjoyed finishing up another Gail Pan embroidery, which will become a pillow for my mom for Christmas.
These are so fun and satisfying to work on! Time to trace another one!
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