I wish I could convince my children of the joys of slacking around on a holiday, but they are not easily catching on. And I have done a SERIOUS amount of modeling the appropriate slacking behavior in their lifetimes. Take now, for instance: it is 4 in the afternoon and I am still in my pajamas and have watched two movies. You’d think they would get it by now, but they still whine and whimper and hang on my clothing and beg me for food and water.

IMG_4476Damn over achievers.

Yesterday was a success in all ways: we ate, we drank, and we played. And even though I’m a strict introvert, I get high off a good party – as long as everyone goes home, eventually, and lets me stay in my pajamas the entire day following.

Here is our Flickr photo set.

One thought on “Thanksgiving”

  1. love the pictures.

    here is a book recommendation for you from one writer to another:
    The Forest for the Trees by Betsy Lerner. Just got through with it myself. I think you’d love it.


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