We had a very nice and low key holiday. I don’t know why I say “low key” because there were 17 of us but since the kids were so entertained it felt, well calm.
The girls had so much fun with their cousins, it’s too bad we don’t live closer.
No one went hungry. We had Brie en croute and plenty of snacks, ham, turkey, all the side dishes and a plethora of desserts which I couldn’t even manage to eat until late that night.
I didn’t take any food pictures which is very odd and I have no excuses.
We woke up way too early the next morning to hit the road, home bound. We drove from 6:00 in the morning until 6:00 at night, went through five states and saw much of nothing but the girls did amazingly well considering. A good book doesn’t hurt either.
We stopped for the night in Bishop, Ca. Luckily there was a Holiday Inn express with one room left that suited our needs. Once we were checked in we headed to a small Italian place for a decent pizza and then to bed so we could do it all over again But since we went so far the first day, the second day was much shorter. We pulled into San Diego by lunchtime.
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Nice to be with family for Thanksgiving. I salute you driving so far with the girls. Not easy!