Thanksgiving Weekend Adventure

Cape Coral’s where I’ve lived for most of my life and I had moved about a year and a half ago to escape its boredom. After all, it’s dubbed “cape coma” for a reason. I always head back though for the holidays to hang with the fam and such and each time (save for the family) am reminded why I don’t live there anymore.

Anyhow, I did have a nice time and an awesome Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas tree decorating session to close out the trip. Before I get to the pics, here are three things I’m continously thankful for:

-Your support: Seriously! Without you guys I wouldn’t be able to keep banging out new releases so thank you from the bottom of my heart!

-My family: For their never-ending support, belief, and encouragement in all that I do!

-Goals: To have a sense of direction that I strive towards everyday. I’ll get there sooner then later!

Not a bad work scenery would you say?

The pie to highlight was the mac nut (center) one which is my moms specialty. Just know that it was amazing!Plate x 2

I then proceeded to clean out some old attic bins and took a trip down memory lane.

Ninja Turtle madness

Ladies and gentlemen, you are staring at a bear testicle made into a pouch. When your uncle is a taxidermist these things happen. Rocky noms on skateboardsHe’s also obsessed with Donatello from the Ninja TurtlesCreative leftovers: Turkey egg and cheese bagel

Met up with my former guitar player Tom and family. This dude’s the first one in my crew to hold it down with a baby. Congrats guys, she’s beautiful!For no apparent reason than to kill time I took a stroll out to Pine Island. I was boredUmmm, interestingI have an affection for dumb statues, at least I admit itThen hit up some Iguana Mia’s. I crave this place when I’m away, bomb Mexican foodVeggie Quesadilla’s on pointSaturday I ventured out with the fam to grab a tree before heading out. We go to the same place every year, tradition

Rock was trying to tag every damn tree amongst the horror of the owners, my bad.We went with a “Noble.” Nice and fragrantThanks Jose

All in all a relaxing weekend and I’m already ready for Christmas.





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2 Responses to Thanksgiving Weekend Adventure

  1. Derek says:

    Damn. I can’t even imagine what it would be like to be wearing shorts and doing christmas type things. We’ve been freezing our asses off up here in Canada for months.

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