- wake up early
- wash the dishes
- go for a run
- drive to library to rent book on CD
- drive to Lubbock
For the most part, everything went according to plan except the "waking up early." Someone had a snooze happy finger. I'm not going to say who, but the options were either Kyle or me and it wasn't me... I guess you could include Jake the cat in the equation since he bounded into our room, attempting a quick tripping of the zombies as they stumbled into the bathroom and back under the covers without even cracking an eye (we've got some mad skills). After which Jake decided to explore under the covers in case their might be any game hiding below. He was sorely disappointed so when he realized that no food nor game lay under the covers, the waking of the human/zombie game began. We did the dishes- a task we had continuously put off considering that we had run out of forks, glasses, plates- basically all of the dishes.
Once we were on the road- two hours after our attempted departure time- we stopped in Junction, Texas for the best BBQ in Texas at Cooper's BBQ! Oh man was it delicious.
I didn't think we had moose in Texas, but I guess a head of any animal regardless of where it comes from is good enough for decoration. I know I love to have dead animals watching me as I eat MEAT.
Terrible picture of me, and we forgot to take the picture before I actually ate the rib, but you get the idea. I love me some TEXAS BBQ!
Driving long distances isn't my cup of tea, but I was very glad to have my Grandmother home for Thanksgiving. This thanksgiving, I am thankful for my family more than ever!