Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Just a few pics to share.

Here is Katie with a new best friend! LOL! Another cute critter I made with a pattern from Lion Brand Yarns. We named him Woody B. A. Bugger since he has buggy eyes!

Today on our walk, I found some lovely sweet gum leaves and a pine cone. So I brought them home and took this picture. Little things like this always catch my eye. It was a very nice walk by the way. A bit nippy but sunny and the Methodist church downtown's bells were chiming out Jesus Loves Me. Made me smile and brought back memories of my grandma Lane who lived across from this same church. How much I enjoyed the bells even then.
Also made pumpkin cheesecake swirl bread for tomorrow and maybe a piece tonight as well. Easy recipe from Mennonite girls Can cook
So there is my little post. Be blessed tomorrow at thanksgiving and always. Thank you for your visits and friendship.


Lana said...

Happy Thanksgiving Michelle! Is Katie a big tummy rubbing freak? My dog is crazy for tummy rubs, and anytime you get close to her she flops over for funny...that's what Katie looks like to me here like she's saying "Scratch my tummy pleeeeease?" lol...Buggy is very cute!

PEA said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, dear Michelle! Wish you could email me a slice of that loaf, it looks sooo delicious. Love Katie's new friend!! lol xoxo

Caroline said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and appreciating my patterns!

More Than Conquerors said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Michelle. Thanks for your friendship too. You are loved by God and us. Katie is so sweet and cute. Take care and have a blessed weekend.


PlainCatholic said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Michelle. Save me a piece of the cake; better yet, maybe Katy would like a taste.

DaisyGirl said...

I'll have to try that bread, I love pumpkin bread as it is! Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful!

Anonymous said...

Greetings from north Idaho, Michelle. I don't remember if I have ever commented here or not but I read you quite often. The bread looks very good. Are you going to post the recipe? Blessings from v in north Idaho