Today I’m thankful for all the amazing people (and pups) in my life —
I’m thankful for silly family traditions —
(Like CRAZY CHRISTMAS DECORATION RAGERS on Thanksgiving weekend)
I’m thankful I get to call Manhattan Beach home —
And I’m thankful I get to call Copenhagen home, too. For a little while, at least —
Believe it or not, this is the first time in my 25 years that I’m not at home, spending the holiday with my family. Let me be fully transparent – being in Europe during Thanksgiving is HARD. Loved ones are 6,000 miles away, in a time zone 9 hours off, and DO NOT EVEN GET ME STARTED ON THE LACK OF TURKEY AND STUFFING.
But, as you read this I will be off adventuring in Budapest with Mark. Blazing new trails and making our own little traditions. I’m sure it doesn’t beat turkey with Grandma’s (not really homemade?) gravy, but it’ll be awesome in it’s own way.
P.S. I’m also super thankful that CHRISTMAS IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER. * Jazz hands *