Mr. Blondie did the 1 mile race with Emily. She’s not even 4 years old yet, and they finished in just under 15 minutes. More importantly, she said she had fun! I’m so proud of my little turkey.
Since the race was near our house, which meant a super-early wake-up for them. After the race everyone came back to our house. And we spent the rest of the day in a cooking, eating, napping cycle. It was perfect.
Kurt and Krysti are transplants to Georgia as well, and they were going to be on there own as well.
In the early years, we would try to visit our all our family members during the holidays, in an attempt to make everyone happy. In the end, we would end up stressed-out and exhausted. Now we’ve all come to the same agreement……when traveling is your job, that’s the last thing you want to be doing on your holiday. We’re very fortunate we can visit as often as we do during the year, but everyone needs a little down time at home too.
I’m very thankful for our adoptive families here in Georgia. Our holidays are still overflowing with laughter and fellowship.
I broke out the good china and candlesticks to dress up our tiny little kitchen table.
lthough our Thanksgiving didn’t fit the traditional image, I couldn’t have asked for better day.
AG (30-34): 1/76
Chip time: 20:46