Thank You For All My Hands Can Hold
Time to get my grub on! Thanksgiving means it's time to kick off the Christmas season. I WILL NOT be participating in the craziness of Black Friday. You will find me at work where half of the office is gone and it will be wonderfully quiet. It's probably the best day to have to work. I save my time off from work for Christmas time. This year I managed to get the whole week after Christmas off and it's going to be amazing.
I plan on today being calm and relaxing. We only have one Thanksgiving dinner to attend and it's very close to our house. Not a lot of travel time. I've had a small breakfast this morning to save room for all the wonderful food that will be filling my plate. Bring. It. On.
Both Zach and I woke up at 4:36 this morning for no reason at all. We tried to go back to sleep but we were not successful. So we decided to turn the t.v on and we were just in time for the early morning block of Full House. A wonderful way to wake up. We decided that someone needs to publish a book of Danny Tanner lessons. Maybe I should just make my own to read to my kids one day.
Now, I'm watching my FAVORITE parade of all, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. It really gets me in the holiday spirit. I wish I was in New York City so bad. One day I'm going to attend this parade and it's going to be awesome!
New York City Macy's
After a wonderful feast at my mother-in-laws today we are going to attend the Tulsa Oilers hockey game this evening. We've gone the past few years so it's become a little tradition now. We try to get all of our cousins together for a little cousin time but not all of them make it in.
I'm very thankful this year for many things. Mostly, the many blessings I receive every single day from my Lord and Saviour. I'm thankful every day for the people in my life and the amazing gifts that I know on most days I take for granted. I know God has a lot in store for Zach and I this next year and I promise to be still and linger in His love and take it in slow.
I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving and I hope there is peace and love at all your family gatherings this holiday weekend.
Lastly, I would like to give a shout out to my friends Alan and Lindsi and congratulate them on the birth of their new baby boy Cale who was born last Friday. I know what they are thankful for this year :)
Get your Christmas movies out, it's time!!!