tgif | 11.22.19 …


    ~ this tree ~

I watch this tree evolve over the year; yesterday morning I caught it right at sunrise …


~groaning board~

the Thursday stitching group met at Hilary’s and once again, we were treated to a delightful brunch: autumn squash soup; asparagus quiche; kumquats; salad; baked yams; and a variety of other delectables … yum yum …



our friend Hilary (maker of the magnificent groaning board featured above) just returned from Japan; she brought each of us fabric. I’ve no idea what I’ll do with the pieces; maybe just frame or possibly pillows…they are all simply lovely…



I took this photo on my walk; I have no idea how or why it came out like this…but I rather like. Reminds me of a painting. Interesting, no?

These are just  a few snippets of the little things in my life over the past 24 hour for which  I am grateful and delighted to share. Have a great weekend.


9 thoughts on “tgif | 11.22.19 …

  1. Each picture is a delight Honored. The tree, the groaning board (what a feast), Japanese fabrics (drooling) and your fun photo! Hope your weekend is off to a great start.


  2. That tree at sunrise is so pretty. The brunch looks terrific and the fabrics are the icing on the cake! What a great way to spend time with friends.


  3. oohhh that japanese fabric looks amazing! and again, so love the peeks into your real-life stitching gatherings. everything looks delicious!


  4. Now there’s a thoughtful gift for a quilt-loving friend … It looks very stylish. How nice to have like-minded friends to share such a wonderful repast with!


  5. Can’t wait to see what you decide to do with the fabric-so many options. Glad you didn’t delete the blurred photo-I’ll have to remember that next time as it does give a different perspective.


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