I Love Thursday #18

Another week has gone by and so many of our quilty friends are sharing their lists of loves and likes over on LeeAnna blog, Not Afraid of Color. Do pop on over to see what treasures they are sharing with all of us today.

My week has been full of fun and interesting events.

I like driving in the early morning through our mountains. I had to go to New Denver to take my training for our Provincial Elections. I like doing my civic duty and always try to work in some capacity to help our process work. I am especially pleased with the safety protocols that have been enacted to keep both workers and voters safe this time around.

My early morning view as the fog was clearing

After my day of training I came home and managed after dinner to spend some time with fabric. I’m really liking the way these fabric are playing together for the test pattern I’m doing.

I love the view outside our door today. Our mountaintops are showing off the first bright, white scattering of snow. It always makes me happy to have a few days or weeks of seeing the white before we actually get to walk in it!

Can you see the white mountaintops?

I love having such a large and amazing family and really appreciate the many photos I receive.

This sweet little man is my youngest grandson, and is on his way in to his first day of school. We are all having a chuckle because his school is in Mexico and is Spanish speaking. I love my son and daughter in laws way of parenting their kids. Adventures abound in their lives!

I admit to being particularly fond of this sweet little poppet.

Clarke will be walking by month’s end

I do like collecting memes to share with all of you.

And now, since it is my birthday, I am off to go for a socially, distanced dinner with my DH. We have our warm jackets ready to wear since we will be dining outdoors on the deck. 😉

Thank you for stopping by and do pop over to LeeAnna’s blog to see what others are sharing today. 😄 Carol

Linking with It’s a Small Town Life


Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

12 thoughts on “I Love Thursday #18

  1. Hi Carol! Happy Happy Birthday!! I hope you are enjoying dinner with DH. {{Hugs}} Gosh, how did Clarke get so big all of a sudden?! She is a little sweetheart. I’d love to swing her up and have her tell me all the news. Her and Addi would have a fun time pushing all those buttons together. ~smile~ Roseanne

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    1. Hi Roseanne. It was an alright dinner but the lemony square desert was incredible! It was a bit nippy but fun to do something that is so far out of what our “normal” life has become. Isn’t it amazing that Clarke is taking steps already! Can you imagine her and Addi together? I am and I confess to giggling 😉

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  2. Happy, happy birthday, Carol! I hope you enjoyed your birthday night out, and were able to stay warm and cozy. What a lovely view outside your door and on your morning drive! Of course, the best views are those cute little kiddos!

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  3. Happy Birthday, Carol, and many happy returns. What a handsome grandson and very adorable granddaughter. Lovely photo of the mountains and kudos to you for doing your civic duty too. Loved that meme.

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  4. Thank you so much for linking up! I love your morning photo and the quilting aspect of your blog intrigues me. I don’t have the talent, but my grandmother did and left me with quite a few treasures. Thanks for linking up and I hope to see you back again.

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