& the tradition continues…

by @according2kelly on November 19, 2007

previously i’ve mentioned that we don’t really “do” thanksgiving. i mean we celebrate it every year (that is if you count the steak dinner we had that time in manzanillo), but we don’t “do” it in the traditional way. pretty much every year since my sophomore year in college we’ve gone away for thanksgiving. often times we go to hawaii, but we’ve also been know to head to places like disneyland. after the little travel snafu we encountered this past summer & all the hard work it took to get these in just three days (not an easy task at all), we figured we needed to get busy filling the pages of those spanking new passports with some foreign stamps. so saturday we packed our bags (and obviously the picture isn’t of my bags, but a girl can dream can’t she? who wouldn’t want vintage louis vouitton luggage?), & headed of to mexico, punta mita to be exact. it’s absolutely beautiful & there are bowls of chips & guacamole everywhere you look… definitely my version of heaven!

5 comments
Christy
Christy

I was a missionary in Manzanillo, Colima! I think I spent a Thanksgiving there, too but I probably ate bean tacos. Love the luggage!

Ashlee
Ashlee

Completely Jealous. That's all I have to say. ;0)

Chelsey Booth
Chelsey Booth

Lucky girl. Make sure to get a serious tan! Have fun.

Kenny, Linsey and Caleb
Kenny, Linsey and Caleb

This sounds like as good a way as any (maybe better) to celebrate Thanksgiving. Have a great time and who says guacamole isn't a great turkey substitute? Too bad you aren't in Turkey right now, that would be an even more apropos alternative celebration.

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