What I’m grateful for this Thanksgiving

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Cinnamon Tempest tea

Seriously! This stuff is wonderful—and extremely close to my favorite Harney & Sons tea (and for way less money). In a completely different way from coffee, tea is one of those little pleasures in life that can help you slow down for a second. It doesn’t get much better than a hot cup of the stuff on a dreary day.

I’ve been trying to keep any complaints or “I’m so run down”-speak off the blog, but November has been very demanding, and after an emotionally challenging October, I’m more than ready for the stay-cation I have coming up. I can’t think of many better ways to celebrate my birthday than by not setting my alarm clock for a whole week.

I’ll be back later this holiday weekend with some food-related thoughts and photos, but for now, enjoy some tales of Thanksgivings past…

2011 Thanksgiving Photobomb--one of my favorite family pictures ever
2011 Thanksgiving Photobomb–one of my favorite family pictures ever

Thanksgiving 2012

Thanksgiving 2011

Thanksgiving 2010

Thanksgiving 2009

What are you grateful for this Thanksgiving? Any favorite Thanksgiving foods? 

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3 thoughts on “What I’m grateful for this Thanksgiving

    wickedhealthywashingtonian33 said:
    November 29, 2013 at 5:48 pm

    mmmm that tea looks delicious. I’m hitting up Trader Joes tomorrow and I may just have to pick some of that up!

      Jess responded:
      November 29, 2013 at 11:24 pm

      Enjoy! Haha I love Trader Joe’s almost too much.

    lifewithjessicakelly said:
    November 30, 2013 at 12:15 am

    Great photos!

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