on thanksgiving and a trip back to california...

Can you believe that one week from today it'll be Thanksgiving? That's insane! Where has this year gone? I hardly remember it, actually, except for a few notable things here and there. I feel like I should write about all the things I'm thankful for, but I'm not really in that sort of mood. Maybe I will be again before Thanksgiving actually get's here, but I highly doubt it. I think my "five things..." post (the one below this one) will have to do this year.

Then again, maybe by this time next week I'll be thankful that my mom's surgery went well and that she's okay. I really hope so, but from what she's said everything sounds like it's going to be alright. Oh! I don't think I've really mentioned this before, have I? On Monday the 25th, my mom's having a pretty major surgery to have some not so pleasant parts removed before they become a much bigger nuisance than they already are. I'm really nervous for her, actually.

Okay, so, for Thanksgiving day, Matt and I are just staying home and eating too much food together. Mainly because my in-laws are going to my step-sister-in-law's house for the holiday and because it's only a few days before I leave for California. I'm making a pretty big turkey (I've never made turkey before, yikes!) so that he has plenty of left-over food to eat while I'm out of town. I'm flying out to spend some time with my mom after her surgery and to help her while my sister has finals and my dad has to work. I'll only be there one week (December 2 - 9) and then I'm coming home to spend Christmas with Matt and my babies. He won't be able to come with me again this time because of work and graduate school obligations. I can hardly believe I leave a week from Monday!

Though I'm nervous to fly (as usual), I'm less nervous than I was last time. Also, I still have two Xanax my doctor reluctantly prescribed for me in July when I flew out. So, that should be fine. No worries there. We're still working out how I'll get to the airport because Matt has to work, but he's planning to try to trade some days with someone on another shift so that he can bring me. Otherwise, he's going to have to take a day off, which we can't really swing right now both because money's tight and because he doesn't have space attendance-wise (they're only allowed to miss a certain % of their total work hours before it becomes a problem).

Alright, there's some other stuff I don't really want to talk about right now, so I'm going to go do something else. I'll probably talk about the aforementioned thing later, when it's more worked out and certain... or maybe not. Oh and I met my first weight loss goal! I'm down 15 lbs just in time to gain it back on Thanksgiving. Awesome. ;)

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  1. Honey, I'm worried for me too haha. Umm all my labs came back just fine, so all should be well. They type matched my blood, even tho I told them I knew what my blood type was....but, they said they wanted to be sure so if they have to give me blood they don't give me the wrong kind...hmm ok then. Dr Adams said she expects it to be a routine procedure, but.... they have to tell you all the stuff that could happen...which is scary. But, as I see it, everything will happen as it is suppose to then of course, God will take good care of me. So we won't worry eh?
    That Turkey sounds yummy! Candi is planning on the two of you making Thanksgiving dinner here on Tuesday also...since we will miss the actual Thanksgiving. If you need help with your turkey, I'm sure Candi will help you, so call her up. She's going to make chicken and dumplings on Thanksgiving with some cranberries on the side and mince pie for daddy. We thought that maybe something I could tolerate two days post op.
    Congrats on the weight loss!!!! You don't have to gain it all back...maybe just a small setback, but I know you will get right back after it!! =) Well...have a great Thanksgiving and Daddy or Candi will call you when I am out on Monday. LOVE YOU!!!! <3 <3

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