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I'm an Okie native, but currently an Arkansan. Newlywed. Hairstylist. Lover of all things creative. Pinterest and blog addict. Wanna-be photographer and wedding planner. Jesus follower. I love meeting new people and I'd love for you to stay a while, read a lot, and follow along. I love discovering new blogs so leave me a comment and I'm thrilled you're here!


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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!! I hope everyone has a fantastic Thanksgiving with lots of food, fellowship, and friends/family time! I will be leaving shortly to make my way to this place....

Where I'll be seeing lots of this....

And doing a lot of this....

And bringing along these two, which will make things a lot more interesting!

Something tells me that regardless of the weather, this is going to be a FUN filled trip! Don't forget to remember what you're thankful for this Thanksgiving!

I'm so thankful for: my amazing family, my friends, food, shelter, good health, my dog Samson, my awesome boyfriend Aaron, a job that I love, the beauty of nature, God's miracles, and so so so much more.

I attended a fun Thanksgiving dinner in Tahlequah on Monday night with Aaron and some of his friends. The meal was fantastic, complete with stuffing, turkey, ham, salad, rolls, corn, broccoli cheddar casserole, cookies, and pecan pie. I'm proud to say that it was my first time ever to try WILD TURKEY and it was AWESOME! Aaron called me a few days prior to the dinner to tell me they got the turkey. I assumed he meant they went and bought it at the store...oh no of course not. What are hunters supposed to do??? Kill their own meat. Aaron didn't kill the turkey, but some other hunters shot it and left it so Aaron's friends picked it up. Don't worry it didn't sit on the side of the road like road kill. I told Aaron there was no way I was going to eat that turkey, but he said they picked it up right after it was killed and prepared it to be frozen. They fried the wild turkey and I got brave enough to try it. WOW, it was sooo good! I don't know that I've ever had fried turkey before, but it was so much juicer and had tons of flavor!

The Tahlequah them!!

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