I kept to my promise and ran the San Antonio Turkey Trot. It was so much fun - a gorgeous park, perfect weather, and the best way to start a Thanksgiving Day. My mom pushed the two older boys in the Bob; Michael stayed behind with Isaac since Michael was sick; and I ran with my 10 year old nephew. It was awesome, and it was a great memory that I'll have with my nephew.
|Levi (right) wasn't buying it at this point.|
|But that is one happy, running kid there.|
All that to say that I really appreciate the work that goes into doing a Thanksgiving dinner well. This year we took a break from hosting Thanksgiving and went to San Antonio to spend it with my family (and to meet my newest niece that was born), and boy oh boy did my cousin and his wife do an amazing job.
First of all, they used my Granny's china, and you know how I feel about china that gets used. I seriously don't think I've ever been as in love with any particular china as much as I'm in love with my Granny's china. It's, in a word, exquisite.