Yesterday, I spent many hours with my boyfriend Michael’s family celebrating Thanksgiving.
Here’s the family of photos I took at his sister’s home and his brother’s home. Which ones say “family” to you?
Kayla, the daughter of Michael’s brother John (a/k/a Moe) IS awesome and yesterday she and I had a conversation, surrounded by her family, about the pros and cons of marriage. If I did marry into that family, I’d certainly have lots of blogging material.
What family music would you include here?
Fantastic thanks to Michael’s family including his siblings Lydia, Steve, Martin, and John; to his niece Kayla and the rest of his extended family; to friends of the Malone family; to Sister Sledge; to everyone else who helped me create this family-valued post; and to you — of course! — for being a member of my blogging family, here and now.
On Thanksgiving Day 2016, you can find fantastic thanks here for …
- signs beyond my understanding,
- achieving the impossible,
- the freedom to be myself,
- helpful directions,
- most people,
- YOU, my amazing readers!!!
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