Thanksgiving this year was great because of a little bit of this
and a little bit of that
. But it took a bit before we got to it.
I took videos of Taylor when we woke up Thanksgiving morning. Half asleep, he could only make me out in doses, as I slowly came into focus for him. I think I was a little too cheery for him on this particular morning. I don’t think the holiday meant anything special to Taylor this year.
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