Jake Finch:I’m grateful I’m alive.
Melissa Thompson Maher: I’m grateful for all of that. You three, Jake’s recovery. Wine, too, but I’m not sure what to add. That Pat is still healthy. That my family is still in there swinging.
That our grandsons are healthy and happy.
Tracy Mooney: I am grateful for you three. I couldn’t ask for more supportive people to work with.
Bev Mabry: Hey, darlin’! Here are my 3 things–I’m thankful that I get to see God’s blessings every day in my life. Even the simple things, like the kindness people show each other. I’m thankful for my husband, family and friends. They have strengthened and enriched the fabric of my life. And I am thankful for the opportunity to be inspired by some of the most talented people on the planet. And of course, there’s my little furry guy!
Debi Knight: I’m thankful for having gone back to school to learn to code even though it’s kicking my butt and I’m having a heck of a time with it. Stretching the old brain cells feels really really good and I’ve done some things I could never do before.
I’m thankful for my sister and her wonderful family and their significant others. They are so kind to me always, plus funny, smart, entertaining, good looking, generous, and awesome over all. I’m thankful for work in the studio and the ability to help other people realize their hopes and dreams through working with them to promote their business and companies. Work fills up my days and makes me feel useful.
I’m also thankful for all the usual things, surviving the car wreck with only a concussion and head, neck and back trauma. Having a loving husband. Having a wonderful home and to live in the woods with all the wild animals like bear, deer, elk, turkeys, mountain lion, bobcat, fox, eagles, hoot owls, etc etc. Also my puppy dogs–how could I leave such unconditional loving off the list?
Teri Lucas : I’m grateful that Jake is still alive and going through chemo to heal her body. I’m grateful for Melissa who leads and guides, edits, and makes us sound more like the intelligent, thoughtful writers we are. I’m grateful for Tracy who works so hard even in the midst of some difficult physical moments. I’m grateful for Debi who takes all our pieces and makes them look beautiful and cohesive. For my sweetie. And for the wild, weird, wonderful ride that this art of quilting has taken me on.
Quilt. Sew. Live. Breathe.