A Busy Week in a Busy Year

As for many of you, this is a busy family week…

I am so grateful for our ever-growing family.

First it was just girls…

View More: http://madconjack1.pass.us/claire-and-andy-calcaterra-printThen we added a brother…

View More: http://madconjack1.pass.us/claire-and-andy-calcaterra-printIn May, we added a second son-in-law…

View More: http://madconjack1.pass.us/claire-and-andy-calcaterra-printSo now there are TEN..

View More: http://madconjack1.pass.us/claire-and-andy-calcaterra-print

TEN Kennedys to add to the already sizable brood…

View More: http://madconjack1.pass.us/claire-and-andy-calcaterra-print

Wishing YOU and YOUR family health and happiness this Thanksgiving!


PS…You might also like Peggy’s paper piecing pattern of The Bride at the Window HERE




26 thoughts on “A Busy Week in a Busy Year

  1. Thanks very much for sharing your family’s special day with all of us. What a beautiful church and also the outdoor backdrop for the photos.

    All the planning/preparation for a wedding and you STILL had time to post so many wonderful patterns to inspire us. You’re the Queen of multi-tasking. You have quite a following and to be given a glimpse into your personal life is an added bonus. Thank you and thank your family for allowing us to share in this special day.

    Wishing your entire family a wonderful Thanksgiving!

    Tavette – S. Fla.

  2. There’s no Thanksgiving in Australia either, but , here’s wishing You & Your Family a Happy Thanksgiving. Thanks for all the wonderful tutorials.

  3. Happy Thanksgiving to you Lori, and your growing family. I’m so thankful that I found your blog this year. I’ve learned so much and sometimes I feel your presence encouraging me in my journey! Bless you!

  4. I am thankful that you are in my life – even when the distance prevents hugs! With thanks to God, “Happy Thanksgiving” to you and the family.

  5. Happy Thanksgiving, Lori. I’m thankful for all the work you put into your blog. I have gained so much confidence from you to do quilting.

  6. Happy Thanksgiving!!! We are up to 14 now (started at 9) and son just got engaged! You have a lovely family!! Aren’t girls fun, especially when they hit their 20s!!!

  7. Happy Day to All of you..Dear Mr. Lori…your quiver is soo full ! What a blessing..We are 2 + 3 + 3 + 6 now..and pets too many to count…incredible….. Lori. ya know,, while scrubbing potatoes, I was wishing I was at my sewing machine instead of the sink !! LOL..After 4 days of rain, we finally have sunshine… Thankful for both !! .Thankful for you and your talents shared with us all over the world.. 🙂

  8. You remind me of my dad 🙂
    I’m one of eleven kids, but when Dad starts the table setting count, he says, ‘There’s 23 in the family…’ And then works out table numbers by counting back according to who’s not around and who of the grandkids are still too small to eat at the table.
    Love having a big family: there’s always room for more!!!

Comments are closed.