My family likes to do this awesome thing where nobody lives near each other. Consequently, my Novembers and Decembers are usually full of a lot of travel. Thanksgiving was no exception, and I found myself in Charlottesville, Virginia. It was a pretty typical holiday with my family.
We had crepes for breakfast before eating Thanksgiving lunch.
We played lots of Carcassone. Lots.
My brother bought me Coca-Cola Light from Finland. So much better than Diet Coke!
We kicked it at James Madison’s crib.
Momma! She loves making the blog.
We enjoyed the Virginia countryside.
We walked around an apple orchard.
It was really fun to see my family, but another highlight of my trip was probably flying out of Virginia at dusk. My airplane was just flying into the sunset the entire flight to Chicago. It was gorgeous. And it was a good thing that it was so pretty, because my reading lights were out on my flight from Charlottesville to Chicago and again on the one from Chicago to Denver. What are the odds?
The cherry on top was that when I got home, I had a great little guy waiting to greet me.