- Ten Thanksgiving Sayings and Signs
- I’m loving all of your Great Ideas!
- Learn ASL: Sign about Thanksgiving and Black Friday in American Sign Language
It was things i saw after i looked the window yesterday, before we’ve got several more inches of white-colored lake-effect fluff.
I’m so not prepared for snow.
Foliage is still coming lower.
What’s Nature thinking?
Does she not know… Winter doesn’t formally arrive for an additional 36 days!!
Alternatively hand… it’s beautiful.
Regardless… I have fall and Thanksgiving around the brain.
Should you choose too, you’ll want to look at my tutorial to make beautiful natural leaf chargers for the Thanksgiving table. Be watching in my Thanksgiving tablescape on Tuesday, adopted up by another fun tutorial for that centerpiece on Thursday. I think you’ll like it. In the meantime… you should check out my past Thanksgiving tablescapes: here & here & here & here.
And talking about Thanksgiving…
There’s still time for you to dress your house and table using these remarkable Great Ideas!
Ten Thanksgiving Sayings and Signs
Blackboard and Fabric Door Banner by Haberdashery Fun
Grateful Individuals Are Happy Printable by Elegance and Enchantment
Thanksgiving Blackboard Decor by Create and Babble
Give Thanks Thumbtack Art by View In The Fridge
Fall Wreath by Eco-friendly Willow Pond
Button Cornucopia by An Innovative Princess
You Have Been Gobbled Thanksgiving Treat by Jack O’Lynn Murphy Designs
Give Thanks Poultry Slat Sign by Home. Made. Interest.
Clay T-Day Banner by Delineate Your Dwelling
Thanksgiving Blackboard Printables by The Crazy Craft Lady
I’m loving all of your Great Ideas!
Thanks to everybody for linking your crafty creations, innovative upcycles,
tasty food, renovations, interior decor, and amazing inspiration!
Click the link to determine another links you may have missed.
Should you be featured, make sure to grab
the button below to demonstrate your good idea!
Learn ASL: Sign about Thanksgiving and Black Friday in American Sign Language
Diane Chapman: thank u. good work!
Meredith ASL: My pleasure! Thank you for stopping by :)
Tricia Schafer: Happy Thanksgiving! I'm thankful for the opportunity to learn ASL with your videos!
Meredith ASL: TOUCH-HEART! Thank you so much for the kind words!! I'm glad you find my channel useful 🙂 Wishing you a wonderful holiday weekend.
Berenice S.: Thank you for this video. Happy Thanksgiving Meredith :)
Meredith ASL: Thank YOU Berenice for taking the time to view and comment 🙂 Wishing you a wonderful holiday weekend!
Jonathan Hubbs: Thanks Meredith. Perfect timing.
Meredith ASL: Thank you as always, Jonathan 🙂 Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday!
Music is my life: thanks for being a great teacher! I got my wisdom teeth removed a few days ago, and the first thing I did was start signing ASL. I thought it was funny
Meredith ASL: Ha! That's an excellent example of Deaf Gain — where hearing people can benefit from Deaf view and/or ASL! I hope you're recovering well :)
Ivy Y: Thank you so much for making your videos
Meredith ASL: Thank YOU for taking the time to view and comment 🙂 Wishing you a wonderful holiday weekend!
Ramandeep Singh: Thank you, Meredith, happy thanksgiving, happy holidays, Godbless u dear.
Meredith ASL: Thank you for the kind words! Happy happy Thanksgiving.
Rebecca Sanchez: Thank you so much for your videos. I'm learning so much!
Meredith ASL: Thank YOU for watching! I'm glad you find these useful :)
Tis Griffith: I appreciate your videos 🙂 It appears to me that sign language cultivates cute mannerisms. Hopefully I will glean that quality with enough practice.\n\nHappy thanksgiving everyone!
Meredith ASL: Hi! Thank you for the kind feedback 🙂 I'm glad you find these videos useful. When you say "cute mannerisms", are you referring to the facial expressions used during signing? If not, then a simple 'thanks' will do. But if SO, then please note that these are not actually mannerisms but rather required grammatical features of ASL — such as raised eyebrows for a 'yes/no' question. These you will learn with more study and pick up / become a natural with more signing!
Tis Griffith: +Meredith ASL\nI think it's a blend of both; good distinction though! Definitely a teacher at heart.
Dami Moco: here argentina , south america east 2016 years in my school I am learing asl and englihs and I am 2 years level if true