I know I am going to sound like a cliche but I am so thankful right now. Hashtag blessed is an understatement. 

Wednesday night I went out with my girlfriends for our annual Friendsgiving.  We go to a restaurant and have drinks, food, and lots of laughs. 

These are some of my favorite people on planet. They are generous, thoughtful, loving, and freaking hilarious. 

Thursday morning I got up early to walk the local Thanksgiving 5K.  It goes right by my house. I haven’t been in it the last two years since I had Henry, and I was glad to get back to it. My bff’s are runners and always run with other people so I was going to walk it alone. But then I stepped out of my comfort zone and invited myself to walk with some acquaintances from my gym, who I can now call friends. I had a great time with these ladies!!

I also saw my BFF’s and took a pic with them. 

I love this picture because it was the first picture I took with them where I didn’t feel like Jabba the Hut. I actually don’t look way huger than them, which is how I usually feel when I see pics of us. 

The I came home and made a pie and a sweet potato casserole. My pie looked good, but I think I would’ve like it more with less chocolate. I know, I can’t believe I just uttered those words. 

Then I went to my mom’s for a delicious feast. I was so tired, but had great fun. (Next year I need to take a nap before I go over.)

And now, Henry and I are having a lazy morning.  Craig is working. Henry and I love lazy mornings, as you probably know. 

He loves wearing my medal from the 5K!

Yesterday I didn’t plan on tracking but just for kicks I entered in my food before I went to bed. I had 15K steps on my FitBit so it added a lot of calories. I ended up under by 60 calories until I remembered my glass of wine, so I was over by 60. 

Today I am back to tracking and I am okay with that. I felt crappy going to bed last night because I had a piece of cake and pie. 😳 Not crappy like guilty but physically crappy. 

Anyway, I hope you all had a fabulous day yesterday. I am thankful for you guys! ❤️❤️


Beth WA

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2 Responses to Cliche

  1. Friendsgiving sounds super fun! There’s a Turkey Trot in our town but we’re never in town for it. I always tell myself I’d walk it if we were around. Good for you for doing it!

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