Good morning, friends...
and oh, what a sweet morning it is!
Josh and I successfully made our way into San Diego, California yesterday afternoon after road tripping most of the weekend, splitting up the 10 hours from Salt Lake City by staying in Vegas Saturday night.
There were no crazy Vegas adventures, really...
just ate a 10 oz. prime rib,
drank 5.5% Budweiser,
won a Paradise Fishing slot competition,
bought a bunch of cheap alcohol at the gift shop,
ordered cake to be delivered by room service,
hung out in the hotel room watching murder investigation specials until passing out.
After grabbing our Del Taco breakfast burritos, we were back on the road by noon and made it to our destination four hours later.
So what are we doing in California, you ask?
Well, most of Josh's family lives out here, mainly his mom, who is hosting a Thanksgiving for 27 people this year... TWENTY-SEVEN! She's like a mixture of Betty Crocker and Mrs. Claus when it comes to cooking, crafting, and hospitality.
I usually peel the potatoes.
Besides stuffing our faces, here's our busy schedule, and by busy, I mean not at all...
-Going on Josh's dad's boat.
-Holding my new niece, Olivia for the first time.
-Black Friday shopping.
-Going out with my brother-in-law and his girlfriend.
-Watching lots of movies and football.
-Doing a photo shoot by Anna Delores Photography!
You can bet I'll be Instagrammin' like a crazy person, but in between aventures I'll be missing these two munchkins...
We left them home to be looked after by my sister-in-law.
"They'll be OK," I keep telling myself.
I think I might be the one with separation anxiety.