On our way into town, we stopped at DH's cousin's home for dinner with that side of the family.
Thanksgiving day we meet at DH's brother's home. My sister and her family come over bringing the pies and cookies. Four of my seven kids were able to join us in Boise, so the house is full of laughter and chatter.
Everyone has some sort of technology out, computers, tablets, smart phones. Football is on. Cookies are on the table nearby, coffee pot is full.
Some of us did a bit of shopping on Black Friday, after all it was 65 degrees and gorgeous! My DH even went out and got a watch that syncs with his phone and gives him all the notifications and texts. He really needed something new to play with. :)
Saturday I opted to get out my stitching and watch more football.
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But I didn't get too much done . . . Indian Creek Winery was calling us for a tasting, followed by dinner with the gang at the best Mexican restaurant in the valley at El Gallo Giro. Kyle and Kip went to Boise State University for the game against Utah State and got dinner at the tailgate there. The rest of us watched the game at a little pub. Nice to watch the game while sitting next to the fireplace - warmth is good!
We have so much to be thankful for, and at the top of the list is the wonderful family we belong to.