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A little bit of Thanksgiving

Hey guys, hope everyone had a wonderful thanksgiving. I spent mine with family in Connecticut.It was a large crowd and there was loads of dancing,karaoke and off course tons of food (and I still have not recovered from the food overdose).It was definitely a fun weekend and It's going to be so hard to face the week after the 4 day break.Anyway,here are some of the pics I took.
The drive to Connecticut
I & my gorgeous cousin (lol @ the blurred face)
I DJ'd for a bit
....and off course the turkey.

              So what did you guys do for thanksgiving?did you stay local or you went out of town.Either way, I hope you had a fab holiday.


  1. I like your thanksgiving outfit. Those turkeys are reminding me of what I consumed on Thursday. Mmm mmm Good!

  2. DJ Chic Therapy! You look cool as a DJ!

  3. how cute are you DJ!!! haha. looks like a fun time for sure.

  4. Okay Chic I see you getting down and grooving. Dj Chic. in fact that should be your nickname! I like it!!!

  5. That turkey looks delicious

  6. Mmmm, that chicken looks delightful



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