Wednesday, November 25th, 2009
Across the street from our house is the convergence of I-94 and I-35W–many lanes of freeway. On the fence that separates our street from the freeway are vines of tiny wild grapes. At least that’s what they look like.
Anyway, I just cut a few lengths of vine to use as the main part of our Thanksgiving centerpiece tomorrow. Walking back into the house, I realized that dried hydrangea blossoms from our border will probably be all I need to complete the arrangement.
So I’m feeling rather Edith Schaeffer-ish this morning.
And that reminds me how thankful I am for all the women who have been my mentors, both the ones I have lived with or known personally and the ones who have mentored me through their writing and speaking.
(I’ll post a picture of the table and centerpiece when we see how it works out.)
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