American Thanksgiving- a sale
|Pumpkin colored Spire Smock from Knit Green-- available on Sale at Ravelry|
Well, ordinary besides having a sale.
Until the end of November, I'm offering 30% off all my patterns for sale on Ravelry. This includes my eBook, Three Ply. If you were wanting to send a knitter a gift, you might want to consider a Yarn Spinner Story+Pattern. However, for a real deal, you'd buy Three Ply, because if you purchase it at this discount....all the patterns are 50% off.
There's a coupon code: Thanksgiving
Please, Enjoy! Use it! :)
A funny story or two about this odd North American holiday disconnect.
Recently, an American relative asked my professor husband what he would be doing on Thanksgiving, meaning ....Thursday. He explained that he would be at work, likely at his desk or in his laboratory. "But," the relative replied, sounding confused, "you always call me then!"
"Yes," says the absent minded professor. "I use the phone on my desk."
(Did you laugh?! Understated humor, indeed....)
I visited with an American friend this morning who has lived in Canada for a long time. Probably she moved here when I was in grade school, or something like that. She had tea and apple crumble ready, and we 'celebrated' the day for a couple of hours by getting together. She told me her husband felt desperately deprived without his "All-American" pumpkin pie, but she was offering him a heart-healthy apple crumble.
I explained that nobody in our family is in love with pumpkin, but that apple desserts were definitely a thing with us.
At the end of the visit, she handed me a treat to take home, and it was a pumpkin bread. We laughed. I traded her one pumpkin bread for most of the apple crumble. I bet her husband will enjoy it! We sure will eat the crumble for dessert....
|Kid and Adult sized Basketweave Hat--on Sale on Ravelry|
Say Hi or Happy Thursday in the comments, ok? :) Joanne