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Amazing lovely family, roof ,good friends and a job. You are very lucky

Jules O

Glad to hear your sister is on the mend Andi!! Surgery, no matter what can be stressful until they are all in the clear!! Hope her recovery is swift!!


Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. It has all the things I like best; good food, good friends, and football all day long!


Happy Thanksgiving. You are quite the good sister - weaving in all those ends. Although I don't honestly mind weaving in ends because it means a project is really finished. Seriously, you are a wonderful sister. I have a great sister and will be hosted by her for Thanksgiving Dinner. Knitting, coffee, and pecan pie to follow.


I am thankful for you and the lovely things you have shared! Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving Andi!

Caffeine Girl

Glad your sister's surgery went well. It's always a bit scary.
I'm thankful for many things, including sharing tea with you each Sunday!


Awww, Woodstock and Snoopy! Me and kids will have to watch that Charlie Brown next week. I'm so glad your sister isn't in too much pain and seems to be recovering well. What a wonderful sister you are to her. And dang, great swap package. Was this part of your group's swap event?

Andrea @ This Knitted Life

Aw. I want a sister to weave in ,y ends! Slightly jealous...happy Thanksgivimg!


Not silly at all to add knitting to your list. It's also been my saving grace many times -- especially on bad health/pain days.
Wish you and you're a very happy & blessed Thanksgiving!


Oopsie -- meant you and 'yours' ☺️


THankful for you too and our community of bloggy knit pals!


How wonderful you were able to be with your sister during her recovery! I'm really looking forward to thanksgiving this year-I need just a little something normal right now I think! (and lots of food never hurts either!)


I am running around here like a chicken with it's head cut off (not that I've seen that in real life) but I have a bazillion things to do before Thanksgiving and not enough time to do them!! Happy Thanksgiving to you :)


A lovely post Andi. I'm glad your sister came through her surgery well and that you are close enough to be with her. Like you I like to savor Thanksgiving and every single minute that it's still Fall :) Happy Thanksgiving.


Oh yes, family is a treasure and you're obviously a wonderful sister. I hope she continues to heal and get back to her normal self. May you enjoy an enriching Thanksgiving.


Happy Thanksgiving, Andi! Glad that you r sister is on the mend, I hope she continues to recover quickly Love that shawl you are knitting, the texture is wonderful!

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