Anyhow, today I'm thankful for hand made, warm, soft and snuggly socks. I finished my first pair since January or so this evening. I have them on right now. They're not perfect, they're a little long and a little wide, but they're so soft and wonderful. They'll be even nicer tomorrow in my boots hiking. I love my hand made socks for hiking. Thick enough to provide nice padding. Thin enough to not be bulky and weird. And since they're all at least 50% wool, they're nice and warm, even when wet and they wick moisture away well. So, yes, I'm thankful for socks and the ability to make them.
No, you can't have them. They won't fit (unless your feet happen to be about an inch or so longer than mine but not too much wider, then they'd fit you perfectly...). That's the other awesome part about hand made socks. Custom fit.
Yep, I have happy toes.
But, I'm off to bed because I've got a busy and early day tomorrow.