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A good time was had by all!



We had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We traditionally take a family pic every year. This year was no different. However, for some reason we could not all seem to take a good pic at the same time! :)

I made pumpkin pie with a homemade crust for the first time ever! I am not a fan of pumpkin pie. I love pumpkin bread, pumpkin bars, pumpkin spice custard ;), pumpkin smoothie... but not pumpkin pie! I think they turned out great though!

I hit some of the Black Friday sales and was home by 830 yesterday! :) Awesomeness!

I finally got around to sewing a new cover for my camera strap. The old one was kind of grubby and not my best sewing ever.

Old vs. New

I love how my new cover turned out! I'm thinking of making one to giveaway...

I love fabric, but I'm a lazy seamstress, so if a project is quick and easy like the strap cover, I'm all over it! I've been wanting to make a quilt for years. So far I have purchased the fabric and cut it into strips! Progress, right? :)

Not much running going on here. I've been feeling lazy and homebodyish. And yes, my treadmill is in my basement. Shush you. Tomorrow. Tomorrow. Tomorrow!

Trish

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  1. I love pumpkin pie only if it's covered in massive whipped cream...and come on, that's just way too many calories and I could never do that (hahahah. I ate about 3 slices). I do love all that other pumpkin stuff, too!!

    Thanks for doing the blog gift exchange - will be fun. I hope. :) Can you email me your mailing address so I can give it to the person who gets your name? I won't post on the blog, only your blog buddy gets it.

    Thanks!! Have a great week - and get on that treadmill, girl!!! :)

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  2. Yummm! Turkey chili! You will have to share your recipe with us. Congrats on the upcoming 5k and thanks for your kind words on mamaontherun.com. I look forward to following your adventures!

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