Happy Thanksgiving

We made it home from Bryan yesterday around 1:00. It took a little effort for us to get the kids up and the car packed and all of us out the door and into the car by 10:00 a.m., but we managed it. Although I think I was still half-asleep until we were about thirty minutes into the trip.

Which wouldn’t be a bad thing unless you consider the fact that I was driving.

Of course the only problem with getting home so early was that there were still so many hours left until happy hour and Gulley and I could have used a glass or a bottle of wine after a three hour drive with the kids. Forty-five minutes of which may have involved a burping contest.

But I spent the afternoon doing laundry and unpacking suitcases and making a grocery list. And then I actually went to the grocery store and the whole experience was slightly more pleasant than ramming my head into a brick wall.

Now I’m home with my people. And we’re going to spend the next few days staying up late and watching movies and eating too many carbs and just generally enjoying life.

I hope y’all will be doing the same.

I am so thankful that you take the time to stop by here and wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving!

Oh, and I wrote a post about my favorite Thanksgiving T.V. moments over on Ree’s blog if you want to check it out.

Gobble, gobble.

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Comments

  1. says

    Read your post about Thanksgiving TV shows, Friends did Thanksgiving better than anyone! Of course, my favorite is the one with Brad Pitt! I’ve seen all of those episodes you posted, they are TV greatness! Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Susan says

    Happy Thanksgiving and Carb-loading day to you and yours!

    I love the Friends episodes for Thanksgiving. I wonder if they have a disc with just holidays.

    Custard. Goood. Berries. Gooood. Beef. Gooooood. It’s all good.

    Thanks for sharing your life with us, Big Mama

  3. says

    Happy Thanksgiving, Melanie! May you and your family have a blessed weekend together. I’m thankful for you and your wonderful life stories – you make my heart smile:)

  4. Laura says

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, your family and friends!
    I love the TV list of Thanksgiving dinners! Thank you for the laughter and the tears.
    May your day be filled with love and joy.