Thanksgiving Throwback

Before Thanksgiving even happened last year, my family decided it was a great idea to do something we rarely do: go out. For the first time in our (four?) years of living in the United States, we went to a church and celebrated early. It was honestly a fun day and we enjoyed eating popcorn and taking pictures everywhere and I hope we do it again next year.

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As soon as we parked our car and walked toward the entrance, we spotted this family posing for pictures and it was honestly adorable to watch.
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As can be seen, many people were there (most with their families, just like us) to take pictures.
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Many people got in this dirty truck just to have something to post to Facebook. But to each their own, you know?
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We finally made the line and got our tickets and immediately went inside to enjoy our time together.
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These two kids who matched outfits seemed to still be caught up with Halloween season and enjoy it.
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This couple picked out pumpkins together.
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The place was very festive and definitely looked the part for somewhere you could enjoy Thanksgiving; it was fully decorated everywhere you went.
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Apart from the typical places where you can buy junk food or paint your face, there was a booth where you could get your picture taken by a photographer to commemorate the special day.
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Many kids like this one posed for pictures for their parents–I was one of those.
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This cheerful lady greeted all the kids and made them balloon animals.
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This dad and his kid looked very happy and pleased with their ‘swan pumpkin.’

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Apparently, some people even proposed there!
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This kid looked kind of tired to be there at such an early hour–I related.
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I found this little one dressed as Maui prostrated in the floor like it was nobody’s business.
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His dad then came, tickled him and picked him up.
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Our time there ended pretty soon, but not without seeing the Pumpkin Patch Princess first (I loved the play with alliteration.)
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