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Well, That Was Productive

FIRST THINGS FIRST. I want to wish my mama the happiest of birthdays - I don't know how I ever got so lucky as to be your daughter, and I love you more than words could ever say. But you already know that, don't you, you smart woman? See you soon!
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Thankful for California satsumas || Thanksgiving Day Parade + obligatory laziness || Beard Papa's cream puffs, I heart you || decorating the Christmas tree, like a boss, man. || Asian Thanksgiving || chilly and rainy days, shortbread, and green tea || a brave flower from the garden || a family crazy for hotpot || Oh Christmas Tree || some people just don't embrace photo ops, what can you do (and some people do) || the holiday pj's are out for the breakfast making || In-N-Out, Stanford Football, and festive paper bags || coffee date with Her Royal Highness, Jennifer.

As you can see, the theme for the Thanksgiving Week was most definitely productivity.*

*Things you'll never hear me say.

No, actually it passed by in a satisfyingly lethargic blur,
and now I'm back to living the hard-knock life for two weeks of finals.
Wish me luck! I'll need it.

(Also, I know I've been going on and on like an old, broken record about how time has been flying by and all... but yesterday, I flipped the calendar like I always do at the beginning of the month {really, Caroline?} and was so flabbergasted that I reached the very last page. What the actual heck.)

How was your Thanksgiving? Any travel horror stories? Any intoxicated grandpas?

13 comments

  1. Your photos are absolutely amazing! It makes me wish that we celebrated Thanksgiving here! New Zealand needs to get with it haha and who needs to be productive on holidays anyway? ;) That's overrated. Glad to see you had a good time! :)

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  2. I had the same thought about my calendar...I'm really on the last page?? So crazy.

    I love the "obligatory laziness"...that was so us!

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  3. Haha, you always make me laugh. I love your holiday spirit! Hope you had a great holiday weekend!

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  4. aw, i love your pictures - they make me smile. looks like a great holiday weekend. :)

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  5. Who would want a productive Thanksgiving?? That's such a contradiction! :P

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  6. I came across your blog and it's precious! I've had fun flipping through!!

    Bree
    www.BreezyCheetahPop.com

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  7. You're a master tree decorator!!

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  8. Oh I love satsumas and I am thankful for a roof over my head!

    Allie of ALLIE NYC
    allienyc.com

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  9. Your family is so freaking cute!

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  10. Just found your blog via Lost in Travels, looking forward to following along!

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  11. I love these photos! They're so normal yet so... chic? Glamorous? Inspiring? I don't know, but I like. I just found your blog via Lost in Travels too, I'm sticking around. :)

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  12. Are you implying YOU had an intoxicated gramps?
    Lisa | c/oMKE

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  13. Wow, Asian Thanksgiving looks AMAZING!! What all did your family eat?! And you should totally cherish holiday breaks... now that I've graduated and have a big-girl job, they're definitely one of the things I miss most about school!!

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your comments truly make my day! :)
thank you!

xx Caroline