Copa di Vino kicked up a notch.
I’d heard about this Starbucks evening menu with wine and beer and fancy small plates, but I’d never seen it in real life… til last month. I walked into a Starbucks in River North for a late coffee and there it was. Looked good. And a lot of people who were sitting around the cafe were partaking.
Now that it’s almost Christmas, I finally got a chance to look at some photos from Thanksgiving! We actually went to two Thanksgiving celebrations. A couple weeks before the day, Aunty Laura had some family out to her house in the suburbs for a big dinner. Dallas’s parents were in town and I think they were surprised at how many kids there are now!
Aunty Gail with her granddaughter, Hanako. Kathy with her grandson Makai. Hanako is one day older than Makai, but Makai is a giant compared to her!
Grandmas lined up: Aunty Gail with Hana, Kathy with Makai, Aunty Glenna with Alexia, Aunty Laura with Rory.
Aunty Laura watching movies with Tommy, Kenji, Rory and Eddy.
Who would have seen this day coming? Dallas and Danny, still drinking beers and talking story, but with BABIES.
On Thanksgiving day, the actual day, we headed up to Evanston to Jill and Brian’s house. It was a small get together with just their immediate family. Nice and relaxed.
I drank a glass of wine, my first alcoholic beverage in about a year, and then fell asleep on the chair.
Quinn and Halle provided the entertainment! As you can see, they’re in constant motion. Always!