1. Hat // 2. Faux Fur Vest // 3. Tunic (I wear this under sweaters a lot and let it peek out)// 4. Scarf // 5. Necklace (I wear this exact one EVERY day) // 6. Earrings // 7. Black Bag // 8. Fur Ball (Spotted this and loved how it matched my hat! Fur ball key chains are IN this season) // 9. Suede Booties (my go to fall shoes)// 10. Black Pants (these are like jeggings! SO COMFY! I have 5 pairs!)// 11. Lip Color (These liquid lipsticks stay on ALL day long. They’re amazing.)
Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
I hope that you’re getting to spend today with your loved ones and that you’re celebrating with lots of yummy food, annual traditions and yoga pants with an ever-expanding waistband.
I’m in St.Pete, FL spending the holiday with my boyfriend and my family. The weather has been absolutely gorgeous! Definitely a nice change from DC. Brian’s mom and dad have been cooking all morning and we’re planning on eating with his family around 4pm. I woke up early though to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. I’ve always wanted to go and every Thanksgiving…while watching from the couch, I say that exact same thing. Something about the usually freezing hosts (it’s warm today) and the way the celebrities lip-synch on floats, it’s just SO Thanksgiving and I love it.
After eating Turkey and having southern-style dressing (aka their version of stuffing) with Brian’s parents, we’ll head over to my brother Michael’s. Mike is a great cook and makes the most delicious/fattening mac-n-cheese EVER (Ladies– he’s single!). That’s where round two and three will take place. Gluttony at its finest. My mom will be cooking enough food for an army and Brian will most likely ask me 15 times when it’s going to be ready (probably three hours after they said it would be). Oh, how I love traditions.
While stuffing our faces and being with family is great, it’s important to take time to reflect on what we’re truly thankful for.
I thank God on the nightly basis for all of the blessings in my life, but I’d like to take the time now to thank some of the blessings themselves– YOU ALL!
Thank you to every person who has messaged me via text, my blog, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat over the last year. I love reading all of your messages and comments, they bring me so much joy. Your words of wisdom have comforted me and your positivity is contagious. It’s easy to think that all is wrong with humanity at times, but you guys have proved that isn’t the case. You all are what’s right. Thank you. You’ve been such a blessing.
P.s. I’d love to hear what your favorite Thanksgiving tradition/food is! Leave it in a comment below!
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