Thanksgiving celebration 2019

I hope each of you had a wonderful and restful Thanksgiving holiday. I enjoyed my holiday. I woke up early to help grandpa with a few house chores before he made his famous coconut cake. After I helped him with the chores, I finished a quick load of laundry.

I then cleaned up my room before I sat down for a rest. I wasn’t feeling my best since this week was a rough one. After a few hours of binge listening to music on YouTube a friend of mine came and picked me up. We went and met with a group of friends at Denny’s. They had all different kinds of foods to feast on. I didn’t want the Thanksgiving meal that they offered, so I ordered an Oreo cookie milkshake and a cheeseburger and fries. The milkshake was so thick and it tasted amazing. It really hit my sweet tooth. My hamburger was so big that I had a hard time picking it up. I had to slowly pick it up and eat from the sides. I have to say that the cheeseburger was very juicy and the bun was bursting with flavor. While we all ate and enjoyed our meals, we let the conversations bounce from one topic to another. From clothes to health…

To be honest, even though I was enjoying the day my mind was preoccupied with all the problems that I have been facing lately. I had to work hard to try to push them aside. Soon it was time to get back home. My friend took a longer way to get me home. It was so nice to look out the window and see all the pretty fall colors the countryside had to offer.

When I got home, I let Duke outside to play. Then I went and watched a movie on Netflix. It was nice to sit and just not worry about anything for a while.

When my grandpa came home, from the party he went to, he told me about his afternoon and he told me about the dinner plate that he had brought me. Even though I was still full from my lunch I took a small taste of everything on my plate. I had green bean casserole, mac and cheese, and turkey. It all tasted fresh!

I am really thankful for my family and friends. What are you thankful for? What did you do for Thanksgiving? Tell me in the comments below.

Published by Amanda Gene

Hi, welcome to my website. My name is Amanda Gene. I am a disability and mental health freelancer. I would love to work with your company and I provide writing on a variety of topics on disability and mental health. Feel free to contact me via email at: Amanda@amandagene.com

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