End of the World

I thought the world was going to end today? Just kidding I never believed for a second the world was going to end. Although I did make sure to have one of my favorite dinners last night. I went out to sushi with one of my best friends ever and a group of people. The women I house sit for actually got me into sushi so I always jump on the opportunity to go with her and her group when I am home. I unfortunately did not take any pictures of my sushi, but it was delicious. We got veggie tempura to start with #nom #nom. I got the rainbow roll and an alligator roll to split with Maureen. We left full, but satisfied. As a potential last meal, I was pleased.

I have been home three days and it has been so nice. I haven’t really done anything, but see people who I hadn’t seen in a while. Wednesday as soon as I got home I headed to the ski mountain to pick up my contract for work and catch a little bit of my brothers ski race. It still shocks me that he is now a freshman in high school. I am just so used to my brothers being so young that it kind of just crept up on me that the grew up. It seems like it happened over night.

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Yesterday I went on an adventure with my dad to get our Christmas tree. The pickings were slim to say the least. The first place we stopped at had these beauties-IMG_0214We finally found a decent selection and snatched one up as quick as possible! This is our tree and all we have left to do it decorate it this weekend!!

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I have plans to go last minute Christmas shopping with my mom tonight, because really who could pass up an offer to go to target? The answer is no one. Last, but not least the Christmas blogging challenge for today!

Peanut Butter and Jenny
Do you travel on the holidays? We do not travel on the holidays, at least not Christmas. We always spend Thanksgiving with my mom’s side of the family in CT. For Christmas we stay home and celebrate with my dad’s side. For Easter we rotate who we spend it with. We have only ever spend two Thanksgivings not in CT and we have never missed a Christmas at home, at least not that I know of. I could never imagine not being home for Christmas, there is just something about being home with a real Christmas tree and the fire going. Home is just where you should be, at least in my opinion!
Do you spend the holidays at home?
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