Thanksgiving: Bringing families together since 1621.

So have I mentioned this year’s Thanksgivings plans? No? Yeah I didn’t think so. Last year was the big to do with the whole extended fam up in Aptos which was awesome, tiring and filling, but all around awesome. This year’s Thanksgiving shindig is set to be just as awesome but just a wee bit different…

This year while my aunts, uncles and cousins are headed to Arizona, my parents, my brothers and sister, my sister’s friend, my grandma and me are all headed over to Matt’s mom’s house to celebrate the holiday with Matt, his mom and his two brothers.

I’ll let that sink in. My family. Matt’s family. All together now.

Now I have no worries about our families coming together because we’ve all hung out on several occasions but never for a holiday or something so traditional. This is big time people, big. And you know what, I’m okay with that. It’s slightly crazy and incredibly huge that our families are coming together at the holidays, which I guess is probably just a hint of what’s to come in future years of Matt and I together.

So if I’m okay with it all why am I posting about it? Well because I think the Peter Pan in me is freaking out. Every time I do something even close to growing up I get a little excited, a lot nervous and then even more excited. I can’t explain it, I’m just weird.

However despite my nervousness and excitement I will say that I am thankful. As cliche as it sounds, I am so incredibly thankful to have all of my family in one place, together with another family I hope to one day call my own as well.

I hope everyone has an amazing Thanksgiving and is surrounded by people they love and are thankful for! :)

the most important people in my life :)

so thankful I found him

happy wednesday!

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