November 2009

Skyping

November 27, 2009

Isn’t technology grand? Tonight we were able to video chat with my little bro via Skype on the brand new flat screen. Ben is having a blast in Tennessee and will be making the trek back down south tomorrow. It was nice to have the whole family gathered in the living room, even though one more »

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Black Friday

November 27, 2009

Shopping is exhausting! I have been up since 5:30 am shopping till I dropped and trust me – I dropped! All I want to do right now is take a nice hot shower and curl up on the couch for a nice long nap, but first let me review my very crazy day. It all more »

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A Thanksgiving Feast

November 26, 2009

Over four generations of Andersons came together today to celebrate a meal of thanks. A meal of thanks for the loved ones in our lives, the good health we all cherish, and for the smiles on each other’s faces. It was one amazing Thanksgiving. 🙂 Some people burn out on family over the holidays, but more »

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Thanksgiving 10k

November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!! This year I have plenty to be thankful for including my family, my health, my friends, my job, this blog and Derek. 🙂 I am very thankful to lead the life I do and I wouldn’t change any of it for a second. What are you thankful for this year? Having a sister more »

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My Evening in the Kitchen

November 25, 2009

I am wiped! Preparing for Thanksgiving takes alot out of a person. All the prepping, chopping, cooking and baking is exhausting. Good thing I know it will all be worth it tomorrow. 😉 After creeping my way through holiday traffic, I was put straight to work as soon as I walked through the door this more »

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Time to hit the road

November 25, 2009

I’m free!! Let the holiday festivities begin! 🙂 My car is packed, my T-day grocery list has been finalized, and Maddie is very confused why her crate and water bowl have suddenly disappeared. As soon as I hit publish on this entry I will officially be on my way to my parent’s house. Woop Woop! more »

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