This weekend was a lot of the same but some new too. I wanted to get a few pictures of my farmer's market's float in the Tomball Holiday Parade on Saturday (because I manage the Facebook page, not because I have a weird obsession with the farmer's market). My parade experience is limited to Disneyland parades and watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade from the comfort of my couch, so I took advantage of the brisk morning and headed out to join the crowds on the sidewalk of Main Street. I got horrible photos because of the direct sunlight, but the event provided top-notch people-watching. The idea of a small town sounded really cute, and it was. Also, if you want to catch funny family moments, go to a parade! Sometimes, the parents are so much more embarrassing than the kids.
The holiday cheer continued at home when Mr. TBS decided he wanted to swap our fall decorations for Christmas decorations. We plan on getting our Christmas tree this weekend, so he prepared the room. I'll tell ya. There is something magical about twinkling lights and candlelight! It makes the house so cozy. We quasi-hijacked Thanksgiving, but I'm not complaining.
We're not sure what happened to Boone, but he is favoring his left leg. Watching him climb instead of jump is breaking my heart. He consoled himself by curling up in a bin and snuggling with Amelie. They have vet appointments next week, so we're hoping for some clarity if he's not fine by then.
Throw in a Saturday evening bike ride, a Sunday morning walk with my love, watching every episode of "Nashville" on Hulu (I'm still judging myself), and homework, and you've got my weekend. I'm ready to plow through these three work days. That will be one more thing I'm thankful for on Thursday!
Has anyone else quasi-hijacked Thanksgiving (other than Michelle)?