Anyway, here you are, just for those of you who encouraged me to go for the rainbow. Two mommy mitts (finished except for weaving in the ends) and a little girl mitt, still on the needles. I'm guessing at the little girl size, hoping it will fit somebody named Becky who lives in Juneau, whose mommy is named Sheryl. Maybe I can get S. Claus to drop them down the chimney.
Now that the blog tour is over, I'll try to get back to more personal blogging. I hope you enjoyed the posts as much as I enjoyed doing them. Congratulations to the drawing winners (your names are posted here). The grand prize winner (drawn from the names of those who entered at least four drawings) will be posted on Monday, after all the holiday hoopla has died down. And there'll be a special surprise--a second grand prize, drawn from the names of those faithful friends and fans who entered ALL the drawings. So watch for that.
There's one more post you might be interested in reading, especially if you're an author who is considering doing a blog tour some time in the future. Dani Greer and I chatted about blog tours and live tours at her Blog Book Tours blog. And tomorrow or Friday, I'll try to get over the Pecan Springs Journal and post something about how the book is going.
In the meantime, Bill and I wish you a very wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.
Reading note: If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, "thank you," that would suffice.--Master Eckhart