Right hand with older rings most bought 10 or so years ago except for the turquoise which a friend's daughter made. My non-dominant hand.
Ring on my left hand bought today.
Perhaps my creative every day effort for Thursday might be the dinner I cooked of ham, sweet and white potatoes, cranberry sauce, Mom's green bean casserole, pumpkin pie and mince pie. Generally I don't cook a Thanksgiving dinner so this time I joined the rest of the country.
It was tasty and best of all three people representing three generations ate together. My mom, myself and my son. I am thankful for that and for shelter, warmth, books to read, art supplies and in-person friends and blog friends throughout the world. I am truly blessed.
For today, I have nothing. I went on another art tour but took no pictures due to the fiasco of my last art tour picture taking venture.
One artist was a quilter, Lynn take note. She uses white cotton which she hand dyes. The quilts were queen sized, contemporary in style. Beautiful colors. I didn't ask how much she charged for a quilt. I should have just for "research," as Paris Breakfast's says.
I ordered 9 books on Bookmooch for my son for Christmas. Bookmooch is a website where you can give away books you no longer want, get "points" and use those points to get books for yourself. I've given away a lot of books and gotten few so I have lots of points to use up.
I bought myself a ring from a jeweler on today's tour. I love small rings like this. The stone is a garnet, my grandmother's birthstone. Since I am left handed I wear most of my rings on my right hand but this one I am wearing on my left hand. So maybe I am married to myself, as someone Carla wrote on her blog.
Be well and thank you to all my friends.