“Today is the day the poor turkey had to die!
If I would a turkey I’d fly the tree tops high!
Turkey, turkey, turkey, turkey, turkey!”
sings yells that silly song to the relatives celebrating in other places. Nothing says grattitude like caterwalling through the phone! It always makes me reminisce, and reminds me that family is present, even when they’re distant.
We wish you and yours a safe and happy Thanksgiving Day!
I don’t usually apologize for my absences, but I feel I gotta this time. I am sorry for not writing in a long while, I have been busy helping to organize the 2019 Winterfest celebration at the girls’ school. We have mentioned it in previous years, but I am in it this year. Scheduled for Friday, December 6th, through Sunday, December 8th, 2019, you can check out the flier for the details here:
2019 Winterfest Official Flyer
I feel like this is another example of the closed economy of our (my) energy. But I can’t delve into it right now. I just finished a round of emails, and there is a bunch of stuff to organize and create leading into next week. Instead, I will leave you with a bunch of photos of the girls and I playing around in Millennium Park. With a full week off for Thanksgiving Break we had to throw in some adventures.
And yes, that’s gelato on a November day (they ate their lunches well!). We’ll see you out there, friends!
No deep thoughts today, just some feelings.
Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, no? This is so much better than an hour ago when they were shut-eyed and bushy-haired. Anyway, today the school is getting ready for the Boys Intramural Basketball Tournament (Friday evening and Saturday). Lucky us, “Spirit Day” coincided with gym day. Don’t they look spirited?!?
Random start to the day, but there you go. I hope your Friday is starting off well. We’ll see you out there, friends.