Thanksgiving 2014.

December 1, 2014

Happy Sunday everyone. I hope your Thanksgiving was incredible and that you ate wayyy too much food, I know I did! I did a horrible job posting what I was thankful for this week. Being out of town makes me a horrible blogger, and I'm sorry for that. But I had 4 blissful days in Omaha visiting Adam's family and it was worth the time away from the blog (and other types of technology). But I'm back!

The last four days in Omaha we're so fun. We drank wine, ate turkey and pie and enjoyed the time together and that is what I'm thankful for. I'm thankful that I have two amazing families, the greatest fiancé, the best friends, a handsome dog, a great job and a wonderful home. I'm thankful for this blog and my readers. I'm thankful for red wine and christmas decorating with Adam. I'm thankful for the Broncos. I'm thankful to God for all of His blessings in my life. There is so much to be thankful for and I love that we get one special day a year to focus on just those things. I hope all of you had a special day with family, friends and lots of food. Now, cue the picture collage.

1. Omaha glistening as we took off last night. 2. Christmas decorating! 
3. Henry's ornament. 4. Adam and I in Omaha this weekend. 

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  1. Thanksgiving is important because it is a positive and secular holiday where we celebrate Thanksgiving, which is not enough these days. It is also a celebration of the autumn harvest. The celebration began with the pilgrims, who in 1621 called it the "First Thanksgiving." Thanksgiving is an annual national holiday in the United States and Canada that celebrates last year's harvest and other blessings.
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