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November 30, 2010

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HeatherC

Beautiful photos -- looking forward to info about that sweater -- looks like a great pattern and you chose a beautiful color yarn!

christina

Happy Hanukkah! (And late happy thanksgiving too.) I'd love to have the recipes for that yummy looking mushroom soup and the latkes.

Andrea

Beautiful photos, what a lovely place you live in. I'm glad you had a nice Thanksgiving (that soup looks yummy) and I hope you have a wonderful Hannukah!

Jacqueline

Happy Hanukkah! I have fallen in love with the color of those blue eggs, so much so the I think I might like my bedroom that color. The photos are beautiful, a reminder to slow down and take it all in. Like the others, a link to the recipe would be lovely!

Meg Evans

Love the sweater! In fact, I spent the weekend on ravelry looking at a pattern very similar to that one--I can't wait to learn your details. And I decided to take some of my red yarn and knit up a long-sleeved version of the Francis sweater that I love so much! What a wonderful holiday, and I hope the next one is just as full!

dani@little fists

What a gorgeous post!!!!!

That soup...the chard...your sweater...the leaves...ALL OF IT!

I can't get over your eggs. I told The Mr. that I wanted chickens after your last post that included egg pics. He laughed at me. But he did agree that they are mighty photogenic.

Happy Thanksgiving and Hanukkah!

Jodi

So much to be thankful for. That mushroom soup with chard looks so yummy. It's a good season for soup. I could live on it -- sadly, my children demand more.

You did such a marvelous job on your sweater. The color is gorgeous.

Lisa Q

the blessings are everywhere aren't they!? Sounds and looks like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. LOVE the sweater....much better edging this time around- you are so good at making your sweaters so wearable. My mil just brought over a bag of brussel sprouts and I'll be roasting them just like you. Have a wonderful week Larissa! Hugs to you!

LisaInCT

Happy Hanukkah! May you find yourself ready with plenty of time to spare.

LOVE the sweater... the pattern, the color... please share!

Stephanie

Your sweater is gorgeous, and goes so nicely with the leaves :)
Looks like you enjoyed a lovely Thanksgiving.
Enjoy the holidays to come!

alyssa spring

I don't think I've ever seen brussel sprouts before they are packaged...so cool! Your sweater is amazing as always and your children beautiful as always. thanks for sharing your beautiful photos....

gardenmama

It looks like an absolutely amazing day!
Look at those gorgeous Brussels Sprouts and those beautiful blue eggs! xo

Jenny

Ahhh... Your post was a sweet breath of fresh air. Thank you so much. And Happy Hannukah!

MrPuffy

Jenny took the words right out of my mouth! Homey and beautiful ~ the perfect Fall day in the woods.

I love the tiny brussel sprouts too. Can't wait to see more pictures of your new sweater!

Happy Hannukah ~

dodi

I love this post! Beautiful pics. Beautiful sweater. And that soup(!!) Oh my! I could have jumped through the screen to get a taste. I, too, could have made a meal of that and a fresh loaf of bread. yum!

Happy Hannukah to you and your family, Larissa. Do enjoy! :)

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