Thanksgiving Day started very differently for me. I woke up in my own home. It was the first year in a long time that I didn't have to travel for Thanksgiving. Unless you count driving across town as travelling. I got to Dad and Amy's about 11 and hung out with Amy and talked for a while. There were two "kids" (they are all actually adults, but of the just-barely-adults variety) from Arizona and Caitlyn (also an Arizona kid, but she's going to school in Peoria). Amy and I talked about doing a puzzle and were surprised when everyone wanted to join us. It was like my dream come true, everyone sitting around doing puzzles (we actually finished two! A 500 piece and a 1,000 piece).
It was nice to be close to home. I left their house around 10:00 and had to drive past the mall to get home. Traffic was almost worse than a normal Saturday!
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