how was your thanksgiving?
mine was fantastic.
i spent thanksgiving morning on the couch, by the fire, watching the macy’s parade with my two boys.
seriously, you know you’re getting older when you choose a live telecast of marching bands, over-sized balloons, and the rockettes over a reality tv show marathon on bravo. am i right? i guess i shouldn’t speak for everyone, but it was a defining moment for me…in years past, i likened the parade to watching ice skating. yeah…now do you get it?
what’s next? maybe next year i’ll make the thanksgiving feast and everyone can come over to my house for dinner.
but probably not.
amanda, i am thankful for your awesome vintage eye and your affordable prices.
wearing: pashmina – gift, vintage cape – amandromeda on etsy, striped tee – jcrew, jeans – local boutique, boots – thrifted
around 4, we headed over to a family friend’s house for turkey dinner.
don’t you just love the sights and sounds of thanksgiving? …football on in the background, the clanking of wine glasses as everyone says “cheers” to a lovely day, the sugary aroma of sweet potatoes cooking in the oven, the turkey making its grand appearance, and most important…the laughter and smiles of familiar faces and loved ones. ahhhh! i love the holidays!
after stuffing our bellies with the yummiest food i’ve had in a long time…i kicked everyone’s ass in shuffle board, we watched more football, drank more wine, ate delicious pie, and unbuttoned our pants.
then we went home and crawled into bed.
it doesn’t get much better than that!
in case you missed it, i guest blogged for lisa over at archives on wednesday…
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time to wrap it up and head to work. (yeah, work. but only til noon.) i’ve been up since 3 am! MP and i went to the urban outfitters 1/2 off the sale, sale. it was freaking bananas. but i got some good shit at ridiculously low prices. woot!
have a great weekend!