Today is the day that we all wait for. The day where it is appropriate to eat yourself stupid. You get nice, big, round bellies and wonder why you can't stop yourself from pigging out as much as possible. It literally is a holiday where all excuses go out the window. Luckily this year I don't have to work and I have the day off. So I can, of course, take my time going from one house to the other and I can even get a run in before all this food hits my mouth. I'm hoping that it will help you in some way and make me feel less guilty about eating myself into a food coma.
Of course not only am I going back to my dad's place for food but I will also be going to my co-worker's places for a bonfire and more food. Really I'm pretty excited to see how things go and to have some fun with friends and family alike.
I also know that the possibility of me being pretty drunk in the end is super high so I want to make sure that I get my exercise in before that happens. I'm not sure how bad it will be but I am hopeful that I will be able to restrain myself a little bit. If not...well....then I am sure I will have a nice long visit with the bathroom floor. Oh, joy.
But besides all of that, I do want to say that I am thankful for quite a lot. I'm thankful for my job a the climbing gym, I'm thankful for good friends, and of course, I'm thankful for a wonderful boyfriend. I couldn't ask for anything more and even though a lot is changing I am still keeping my head high and sticking up for the positive vibe that I have been feeling since I got home from Iceland. There is something good right around the corner. Im not sure what it is, but it is there.
With that being said I hope you guys all stay safe out there, enjoy your time with friends and family and remember....dont do anything too stupid.
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