Sunday, November 25, 2007

Waving Hi

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Spent some time visiting the family out of state for Thanksgiving but now I'm home and exhausted. Why is it that traveling for the holiday always brings so many emotions to the surface?

No time to write more.

*Now Playing: Petit Papa Noël by Josh Groban - Noël

5 comments:

Cindi said...

because we're thrown together for many hours (too many hours) with people we often have little in common with other than a shared heritage...
glad you're home.

Photobonnie said...

That could be part of it and even when some of those members don't visit nor even call even though they only live a few miles away.... Another holiday under the belt. Not sure what the next round will bring.

Thanks for the welcome home.

Trish said...

Oh golly....tell.me.about.it.

In our house we consider these kind of large extended get-togethers as "Forced Family Fun"

One could also add another 'F' word in there as well...

Photobonnie said...

trish, you could add that extra "f" word for our family fun.

At least the food was good. :) And Grey's Anatomy was new. And I was able to see it!

Beth said...

because when you visit your parents you are suddenly thrown back into childhood...good or bad.

great picture!