what are you grateful for ~ please share…

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24 thoughts on “OUR DAILY GRATEFUL POST!

  1. There is something homey and comforting about a slightly jumbled sewing box.

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  2. I use to make all my own clothes and when my daughter was born, I made many of her clothes too. Then I got tired of sewing and gave my sewing machine to my daughter-in-law. There are times I wish I still had it. Good morning Deb! I hope you have a magnificent day! ((HUGS!!)) xoxoxoxo

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    • Lol….am I going to talk you into buying a new sewing machine? Just kidding. Wow I really admire those that can sew…it’s such a talent. Good afternoon PJ! My day has been magnificent, thank you. I hope yours has been creative!! ((HUGS!!)) xoxo ๐Ÿ™‚


    • My day has been wonderful! I have been practicing the organ and am noticing that I am having a hard time seeing the sheet music. Time for new glasses! I’m glad your day has been magnificent!

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    • I’m happy you’re having a wonderful day. Funny you say that about your glasses, I have to get new glasses for my night driving. I have a pair I bought from Walmart for $7 but I want a prescription pair to handle the glare off the headlights!


    • I didn’t realize they made glasses for night driving. That is great! I hope you are able to solve your problem with them.

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    • Well I don’t know if they are specifically for night, but I believe they can coat the glasses so the lights are so glaring…that’s what I’m hoping! I remember the optometrist talking about it.


    • It sounds like it is possible! I don’t see why not!

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  3. I can sew, but I’d be really grateful if someone else sewed a couple of buttons on a couple of pairs of trousers. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. My mum was an absolutely fantastic seamstress and could make anything. Unfortunately I didn’t inherit her skills lol. Hugs to you Deb xo ๐Ÿ’•

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  5. When I was a kid my mom sewed all of our clothes. The upside….she was a great seamstress…the downside for my youngest sister was that my mom would by one huge swath of the same fabric and make 3 identical dresses/jumpers out of it. That meant my little sister was stuck with the same dress for years as they just got handed down.
    I am grateful for a mom who loved us enough to sew us things!

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    • I wonder, how does that affect your younger sister now…do you find that she wears the same pattern for a long period of time or always buying something new sooner. Just curious.
      How wonderful of you Mom to sew you clothes. Do you sew?

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    • It doesn’t seem to have affected her lol….she does love to tell the story tho.
      I know how to sew and used to sew sleepers when my boys were little. With boys it was cheaper to dress them in jeans and t’s rather than sewing.

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    • It’s a funny story when you stop and think about it…poor thing! hehe
      Yeah I can see how it would be cheaper for boys just to do jeans and t’s. Boys are so much easier all the way around than us girls! Lol. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. Sew may be the oldest of arts. Yes I am grateful to Sew.
    Deb good you chose this.

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