Top 5 Things To Do Over Thanksgiving Break

Top 5 Things To Do Over Thanksgiving Break

Fun things to do with friends and family.

During Thanksgiving break, most of us are looking for fun and exciting things to do. It doesn’t have to be expensive and you don’t always have to drive far. During this break, it’s a great time for us to relax with friends and family and to sit back and look at what we’re thankful for. Here’s a list of the top five things to do over break:

1. Black Friday shopping

Black Friday occurs the day after thanksgiving and entails tons of people shopping from the early morning until the time the sun sets. On this day, there are sales going on in every store on everything. So many people participate in this well-known day and enjoy the competitive attitude the day holds.

2. A day trip to the mountains

Taking a day trip to the mountains Is a great way to get away from stress and work. After working hard in school it’s a great way to get outside and enjoy nature and get some fresh air. It’s also a good way to exercise and to appreciate nature in its realest form.

3. Go to an apple orchard

This is a great activity to do with a group of friends or family. Whether you go to pick apples or to eat all of the apple flavored treats, you’re in for a great time. One place in particular that is fun to go to is Sky Top Orchards in North Carolina. They have hundreds of apple trees and fun things to do on their property. From apple, flavored donuts to fresh apple cider and fun family games a day at Sky Top is a great place to make memories.

4. Have a bonfire

This is the best way to spend time with friends from home. Getting a big group and sitting around a fire singing and laughing is a great way to relax and catch up with everyone. This is such a fun way to get to know your friends and to learn to appreciate them.

5. Thanksgiving

The most important thing to do over break is enjoy Thanksgiving with your family! This is an important time to really appreciate all that you have and all of the people in your life who love and support you. With these people you have grown into the person you are and it’s a great time to sit back and appreciate all that you have.

After completing these five things it is easy to say that you had a successful and fun break!

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A Thank You To My Boyfriend's Family

Because you are so important to him, you are important to me.

This one isn't easy to sit down and write because nothing I could say would do all of you justice in the way that I would hope I could. These are just words, but I hope that I am able to always show my thank you to you by treating him like the prince he is.

I can replay the moment of meeting each and every one of you all over and over in my head like it was yesterday. I was so extremely nervous every single time and I was trying to gather all the "right" things to say that would leave a good, first-lasting impression and that at the end of the day, you all would like me.

I think one of the most important basis and hopes in my relationship is that my significant other's family likes who I am. This is so important to me because whatever is important to him is equally important to me and your thoughts of me are crucial to our relationship.

The second I walked in the door, I was overwhelmed—overwhelmed with such a love. I had no idea at that point in time just how much you would all mean to me and how thankful I am for all of you!

Thank you for constantly making me laugh and feel at home.

Whenever I'm coming over for a family gathering or just to hang out, I know right off that I am walking into a world of laughter and good times are right beside that. You are all so entertaining and always have a good story to tell me. I can't name one time where I didn't feel like I was home.

And I appreciate the sweet, embarrassing photos and stories about my boyfriend that you all share with me! Even if it is by a photo, I have a glimpse of what his life has always been like thanks to each and every one of you individually.

Thank you for sharing your special moments in life with me.

You don't ever have to, but you invite me anyway. Whether it's just a family gathering, a birthday, or a holiday, I am thankful to have spent those times celebrating these moments in life alongside such amazing people. It's humbling and heartwarming to be a part of memories so unforgettable that you all share and that you have welcomed me to be a part of. They are days that I will never forget and have a place in my heart forever.

Thank you for always being there for him.

Since we have started dating, I have watched the way that you guys love him. I have watched the individual relationships and moments that you share with him make a difference in who he is. I have seen you all love and support him, no matter what he was doing.

With everything that comes along in life, this has been a simple reminder of an unconditional, loving, sacrificing family that is also the best support system. You are not only impacting him, but me, too.

Thank you for welcoming me in like your own.

Whenever you have to brave up and meet your significant other's family, I can say, for myself, that I didn't know what to expect. As I'm sure, none of you did when meeting me. Today, I catch myself wondering why I even worried in the first place. You all have welcomed me in your own ways and made me feel right at home. It is not always easy to do that with just anyone, but you have all taken the time to get to know me. And now I know that if I ever needed anything, I can call one of you.

Thank you for letting me date him.

I am most thankful for this. Thank you for sharing him with me and giving me a chance to show you all how important he is to me. I never thought that I would luck out and meet someone as special, kind, and wonderful as he is, but I did.

You have supported our relationship, given me a chance to love him, and welcomed me to new adventures in love and family. I have the upmost gratitude for each of you. You are the most wonderful, welcoming, and loving family. I am overjoyed to be able to experience just a glimpse of this life with him and with all of you.

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And it's that same desire to want better things, more things, grander things that makes us feel the same lack of satisfaction now that humans felt back then.


It's a normal and human thing to want to feel happy and satisfied with whatever you do in life — I mean who really wants to live in an uncomfortable state? Nobody, that's who.

But at the same time, nearly everyone is living in a state of dissatisfaction in some aspect of their life.

I know, I know… I'm going out on a limb here by saying everyone is feeling something — and I understand I don't know you, I don't know how you're feeling so if you're offended at that, my apologies. Yet, I do honestly believe it is something a lot of people feel consistently throughout their life.

At least I know I do.

The feeling of dissatisfaction is not something that is up front and center as the main stage show in my mind, but they're more like the intermissions that are a part of every show you go to. These thoughts of dissatisfaction are seemingly hardwired into us so we can use them to reflect on what we're doing in life at that time and if it's really the best for us.

I think that these are hardwired feelings from way back when humans were in the hunter-gatherer phase of our evolutionary track. We may have survived one night, but that doesn't mean it was a good night. There would be things that could always be improved on, perhaps a dryer shelter, more food the night before. It was a feeling of wanting to be more satisfied then what they already were.

And it's that same desire to want better things, more things, grander things that makes us feel the same lack of satisfaction now that humans felt back then.

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