It was crazy. Very hectic, very busy, lots of work and not nearly enough sleep. But there were some great moments this Thanksgiving.
One was my mom and I volunteering with United Way to hand out over 800 Thanksgiving dinners to local families in need. I participated in this event last year, but this year I invited my mom to come along. It was a great time for us.
The actual Thanksgiving Day was busy, but nice. I had to get up at 8:30 am, which may not sound bad to you morning people, unless of course you read my last post. I worked my ass off from 3pm-3am the night before. So by the time I got in bed it felt like I blinked and my stupid alarm was going off. I got ready, picked up my dad and we drove up to New Hampshire to his sister’s (my aunt’s) house for Thanksgiving Dinner. I normally spend Thanksgiving at my mom’s house, but plans were all weird this year, and as it was the first year for them without my grandmother, I figured I should have Thanksgiving with my dad’s side of the family. Dinner was delicious. I felt like napping immediately after, but didn’t ever get to. I had to drive home from dinner, get ready, and go to work at the bar for the night. Holidays are not holidays for servers.
Anywho, After working all week/weekend, I had Sunday off. But a day of relaxation was not in the plan for me. Instead, I did something SO FUN that I will probably do it every year henceforth. My mom, her sister, my girlfriend and I all participated in a scavenger hunt for charity.
It was a couple hours long and took place all around the city. It was an absolute BLAST! I’m gonna end here with some pics of all the weird, random and crazy things we had to do…
We didn’t win, but we didn’t lose either. But it was for the kids…And we had a hell of a time!