Thanksgiving Weekend.

Monday, November 30, 2009


Oh, Thanksgiving. You come and go so quickly.

This was my first Thanksgiving away from my family, unless you count the year I went to Amsterdam with my sister. Let's rephrase that. This was the first Thanksgiving I clearly remember that I spent away from my family. (Amsterdam is still a little hazy.)


I was lucky enough to spend this holiday with my Las Vegas family (my surrogates), Jenner's family. It was lovely and made me feel so thankful to be cared about by this great group of people.


(Before we left the house, I said, "Wow, we look like grownups.")

Other highlights of the weekend included:

- an Alias marathon (I swoon for Michael Vartan)

- eating the remainder of the cupcakes I made for a friend's birthday for breakfast, lunch and dinner

- talking to my two year old nephew on the phone and hearing him say "Auntie" and then sing Beyonce's "All the Single Ladies" to me

- DJ Hero


- dancing out at Lavo after having my boyfriend convince me that 12:30am is an acceptable time to leave the house for the evening


- grape vodka

- did I mention grape vodka?

- swinging my arms in the air to my song, Journey's "Don't Stop Believin"


- love, love and more love

Ahh, there is so much to be thankful for.

13 comments:

  1. What a fun time! And your nephew singing all the single ladies made me laugh out loud. Hilarious!

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  2. You two are a totally HOT couple.
    Looks like A COMPLETE BLAST!

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  3. so glad that your thanksgiving was magical!

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  4. haha!! you guys are soooo addicted to framboise!

    you make verrry cute grown ups, by the way!

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  5. You two are adorable! Glad you had an awesome weekend!

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  6. What is with babies and that song?? So glad to hear that you had a fabulous holiday with your honey's fam!

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  7. wow, ok. THAT's the life I wanna live someday.

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  8. You guys are so cute. If you're adults, I want in on the party. I think its serious by the way. Hmm...gonna creep now.

    Whats DJ hero? I know, I know. I'm lame.

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  9. An Alias marathon sounds wonderful. I may have to have one myself over Christmas break.

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  10. that sounds like a lovely thanksgiving, indeed! :)

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