These pictures have nothing to do with the end of the year. But I was fortunate enough about a week ago to have a flock of about thirty wild turkeys near the house. They are fun to watch and are much faster runners than people give them credit for. The corn was finally cut just about a week before. Some was missed, especially where they make the turn in the northeast corner. Full cobs hung down ready for "gobbling" turkeys!
As we get closer to the start of 2017, I would like to say how grateful I am for my family, friends, and students. I've been graced with fabulous opportunities in quilting and with horses. I am indeed blessed with good fortune.
What will 2017 bring? I'm not sure...but I will try to bravely meet the challenges, and revel in each moment of goodness.
My wishes for you? Health, happiness, family and friends...and enough.
Blissful hugs (the last for 2016),
P.S. I have updated the pictures on the blog back to October. Many of the recent posts have been done using my smartphone. I am still trying to adjust the picture quality for the blog posts sent from my phone--it's a slow process :(