Being able to fly home for the holiday and see my friends and family, especially my mom.
The wonderful and overly large meal we had, just look at the table alone:
That it at least gets a little easier each year not being able to celebrate the holidays with my dad.
The easy move and transition to the left coast.
Being in love.
And so much more.
- 4,500 calories consumed by the average person on Thanksgiving Day. (I probably did even more than that, which is why I need to cut back now.)
- 11% of Americans eat Thanksgiving dinner at a restaurant.
- 11% of Americans admit to unbuttoning their pants after the feast.
- $16.8 billion was spent last year over the holiday weekend, which is the unofficial kickoff to holiday shopping. (Redbook)