MEET THE HUDSONS
Lindsey: 11/23 - 11/24

{{this set sucks and it's about a week late...my bad}}

thursday.
thanksgiving. spend all day around the house eating pie and turkey and spending time together.
 
friday.
black friday shopping anyone?

stories later I guess...gotta catch up this weekend.
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created on 11/22/10.
 
inspired by OXFORD COMMA by VAMPIRE WEEKEND

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