Goodbye November

I keep reading posts that mention how quickly this month has passed. It actually may have been a few days too long for me. I’m not going to lie – this week after Thanksgiving has been a rough one. And to cap it off, I managed to catch the crud so I will say goodbye to this month from the cozy, comfort of my bed, sipping tea and broth and hoping a day of rest will be the winning ticket.

I finished The Gratitude Diaries (audio) and have built a nice list of books on the topic of gratitude for 2019 (which I will share soon). I finished a shawl and might be able to finish the trim on a vest today. And best of all, I have one sleeve of my Vintersol ready for the cuff color-work. I am avoiding joining any challenges or “alongs” but trying to see what I can finish up before we say goodbye to 2018. I have my eye on some lovely hat patterns for 2019.

Happy Friday. See you next month!

p.s. I have not been able to conquer the problem with commenting on Blogger blogs but suspect it might be my outdated iPad. Maybe Santa will bring me a new one?

11 thoughts on “Goodbye November

  1. So sorry to hear the crud caught up with you. Hoping the restful weekend is the cure you need. BTW – on an earlier post of yours I saw that Turmeric Glow tea and was curious about it. Read up and placed an order on Amazon the other day – believe the tea will be waiting for me when I get home this afternoon!

  2. Sorry to hear you’re under the weather; hope that you’ll be feeling 100% better, soon! I read the Gratitude Diaries a couple years ago; enjoyed a lot and just participated in a book disc chat recently…
    Cheers~

  3. I’m sorry you’re not feeling well. Tea and plenty of rest sound like a good way to take care of yourself. And I’m sorry to rain on your outdated-iPad-parade, but I have a nice, up-to-date MacBook . . . and haven’t been able to comment on most (but not all) Blogger blogs for months now! (I’m pretty sure it’s a Google/Blogger problem. . . ) Still, I hope Santa brings you a nice, new iPad for Christmas. XO

  4. I’m so sorry you’re sick (I’ve been fighting it all week and finally took myself to bed this morning – six hours later, I do feel better – hope the rest works for you, too!) – I hope you feel better soon! Look forward to your gratitude book list. That’s something I’d like to invite more of in 2019.

  5. Oh, Juliann, so sorry to hear you’ve been under the weather. Hope this finds you feeling much better. Nice work on that sleeve; I think sleeves are like making another back! Do you have some time off during the holidays? Maybe we can have another meet-up before December escapes! Hugs.

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