Friday, December 04, 2009

I am Thankful for..............Contest


Today we are celebrating Thanksgiving in the US, our Canadian friends already celebrated Thanksgiving, and I'm sure our international friends will join us in our celebrating the the things we are thankful for. Just leave a comment on this post by Friday, Dec. 4 (whoduknit members only please) telling us what you are thankful for and your name will go in a drawing for a 'thank you' surprise!

I am thankful for.....my very wonderful and supportive family, wonderful, yummy, glorious yarns and fibers, mysterious mysteries and my whoduknit friends who are like family to me!

14 comments:

Aunt Kathy said...

I am thankful that I have my health back, so I can be around to see my grandson grow up. Last year I was house bound and could barely walk to the bathroom but this year I did a Turkey Trot walk just for fun.

irenebgsted said...

I am thankful for having a healthy and lovely family. We know what today but we donot know what tomorrow brings. Hugs and love to all my American friends who are celbrationg this day.

Stephanie... said...

I am thankful for having such wonderful friends and a great family. Given the economy, I'm also thankful for being employed

Vigdis said...

I am thankful for my husband, the best in the world! And for being able to knit and do other crafts! The days would have been soooooo long if not! And believe it or not, I am so extremely thankful for belonging to this group!!! You lift me up when I need it and I feel love and support always! Thank you, all of you :o)

Joyce said...

I am thankful for plenty of good food to eat, and for a warm and comfortable and cozy house, and that I know how to read! I love reading. I'm thankful for my family and friends, and I'm very thankful for this WhoDuKnit group, which I discovered just at a time I needed it most. You're the best! I'm thankful for knitting, that somehow, mysteriously, it can bring comfort and peace and help to center you and get you calm.

danielle said...

Oh wow - I am thankful for the sunrise, because it means another day....and sunset because it means time to rest up for the next day. For my family - and for the fact that as they have grown, they have come to appreciate family. My health and the health of my family. A roof over our head - a job that I usually enjoy - and wonderful friends, both close and far!

krazy4katz said...

I am thankful for:

- my husband's hip replacement surgery on Monday going smoothly and that he is back home today.
- aside from his bum hip, we are healthy.
- my mother is healthy.
- all my great online and IRL friends.
- my sweet little kitties.

Sharon P said...

I am thankful for my wonderful new hubby, my mom and step-dad, the rest of my family, wonderful friends both online and in real life, my sweet puppies, and that we all have enough to eat, a roof over our heads and plenty to share.

I am also thankful for my ability to craft just about anything I want!

MLJ1954 said...

There are so many things to be thankful for. I to am thankful for my family. I am thankful too for the fact that I live in a great country. And, as a Who dulknit person, I am thankful for the various crafts that I can do, quilting, sewing, knitting, crocheting, etc.

I am also thankful for the ability to read, a sense of humor and yhr dpitiy og sfbrnyutr.

Bonnie said...

Gee, Jane, I couldn't have said it better than you did. If I can think of something before December 4th I will give it a try. Happy thanksgiving to you!
Bonnie

Just Blogging said...

I'm thankful for my family and friends, health, and a great job. I'm also grateful for those in the Armed Forces and all of the Civilians helping them.

Karen said...

Hi! I am thankful for my friends and family; for knitting; for vision that allows me to read and knit and do so many other things easily and when I want to.

Be well - knit on!

MLJ1954 said...

I am thankful for my wonderful husband who tolerates, well, me!!

I am also thankful for my family, my kids and siblings and niecs and nephews.

And, I am thankful for my internet friends.

May everyone be blessed with a wonderful year!

scarlet834 said...

This year I am singularly grateful that a medical condition (sleep apnea) that was literally ruining my life was suspected, diagnosed, and effectively treated. (I am always grateful for my loving husband, and given what a mess I was mid-year, I'm grateful to have maintained well enough to keep my terrific job.)

I see Aunt Kathy had a similar experience this year. Wonderful!