Ten Things of Thankful – November 20 2020

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  1. Heat! Yes, we finally turned it on. And I am so grateful. Since we also scraped car windows for the first time of the season, it’s official that we need some heat.

2. Hot Chocolate! It seems so popular from reports last week, that I decided to serve you all a cup this morning. I have a little secret. I sometimes mix hot cocoa mix with my coffee and have a delicious mocha java. Don’t judge me! It is delicious.

3. Daughter is working and made her first big sewing project. She has been sewing masks and scarves. Well, she wanted to make an apron for her friend. I have an apron I am fond of, so we used it to make a pattern with a nice roll of pattern paper given to her by a friend. So, now she has a pattern for more aprons. It’s so adorable! It has sewing machines all over it for her friend to use as a sewing apron. And big, deep pockets. Here is a picture.

4. The sun is shining and the rain has let up.

5. My beloved is going to try S’Mores for the first time tomorrow.

6. The Angel Card Project is ramping up. Here is a link to tell about it. We have been doing it for so long that I can’t remember when we started.

7. Our family member is healing well post hip surgery and may get to go back to her apartment by Christmas.

8. GPS because I have been going to unknown how to get there places and it is a huge time saver.

9. People who get it.

10. You! Hey, do you want some cocoa? Egg nog? I had to ask about egg nog because my dear, late sister who would have been 70 this week-loved egg nog. How I wish I could go get her a carton right now. Come share your thankfuls. Have a blessed week.

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14 thoughts on “Ten Things of Thankful – November 20 2020”

    1. We got a sewing machine when I was 11. I taught myself and made lots of my clothes. I used to sew for people but gradually grew tired. I’m happy she’s taking an interest in it. It’s funny how muscle memory works.


  1. Oh, wow, there is someone who has never had S’Mores?! What an adventure is awaiting.
    GPS is definitely a time saving tool.
    Glad to hear there is healing going on for your family member.
    One of the things I looked forward to when I was growing up, was getting to drink eggnog at Christmas. It was kind of a tradition, but after I got married, I discovered not all families have the same traditions, so I let that one drop.

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    1. I like it for French toast! I do love custard with nutmeg, so there’s that. I don’t drink, or maybe it would be good with rum, but I am not going to start drinking to find out.


  2. Definitely #2, 4, 8
    Total time-travel in a mug (complete with scalded tongue),
    sun out means it doesn’t get dark at 2:30 (lol)
    fear them they way I was wary of calculators when I was in school… though I have no natural math talent I do have an exceptional sense of direction… if you don’t use it, you lose it.

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