Thursday, November 22, 2012


You can Run.....but, you Can't Hide is the title
of this wool piece I made a few years ago.  He still makes
me smile so I bring him out this time of year. 
He hangs in my kitchen - watches and listens -
is ready to run if he needs too!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

From our house to yours, we hope you have a wonderful day with your
family and friends

We all have so much to be Thankful for....
add your Thankful comments to this post today!
Someone will win a prize!

I am so Thankful for my wonderful husband of 43 years,
my children and their wives,
our 3 grand children
 I'm so thankful for good health
(although some wonder about me!  grin)
and for all my wonderful friends!
I'm thankful that I still have my mom
whom is 89 years old
and I can't forget
our bloodhound

I hope each of you enjoy this wonderfully special eating holiday!



Nell said...

Lynda, I love your turkey! I am thankful for my children, my husband, my parents, and my health even though I am disabled (it could be worse!) I am thankful that I live in beautiful Central Florida and that the sun is shining and everything is green! :-) I am also thankful for dear internet friends like you. Have a wonderful, blessed day!

Patti said...

I LOVE this turkey! He is just too cute!
Is he available as a pattern?
Happy Thanksgiving!
Blessings, Patti

WoolenSails said...

I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving.


Sandi said...

Your turkey is lovely Lynda, I bet he tasted good also!

Is he a pattern for purchase?

Sharon said...

Super cute turkey! I'm very thankful for my 78 year old father who has good health, I'm thankful for my good health and for the wonderful friends and family that I am surrounded by!

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I'm sure your little turkey is very thankful, also. I'm thankful for my faith, my husband of almost 40 years, our children, their mates and our beautiful grands,for a warm place to live and friends to numerous to mention. Blessings to you & yours!

jackiero said...

Wonderful words Lynda :) Regarding my blessings, where to start...blessings from our earth with all her splendor that I'm in awe; my hubby, strong love/caring of almost 43 yrs; good health (thou I shant type about aging aches); oh my gosh, definately not last of fabric, wools and all surrounding; loving friends.
Happy Holidays.

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...
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Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

meant to say your skeered turkey is a hoot!
love him!

Kathy L. said...

Love the turkey. Too CUTE!
I have many blessings. We have to remember these every day even when the going gets tough. Thats the hard part for me. Working on it though!

Happy Thanksgiving weekend!

Lis said...

I'm thankful for the same reasons as you all. I'm thankful for the internet which allows me to find so many exiting things all over the world and for the relations given me by this medium. I'm thankful for my life.

Lori said...

I display mine too! The one I won from your giveaway!! I love it!!

Anonymous said...

Ditto to what you said. Plus I am very thankful that we live in a country where we are able to enjoy our freedom.

Charlotte S.

Julie said...

Cute turkey! I am thankful for my family-husband, daughters, siblings, parents and my friends. I know I'm a little behind since Christmas will now soon be here.

Julie said...

Wonderful to hear heartfelt sentiment about the most important part of the holiday - time spent together and memories made. your holiday house.

SueJean said...

I too love your turkey. I will have to make one before Thanksgiving next year. I am thankful that my family is healthy. I am thankful that I was able to retire last year and have more time to sew.