The semester never seemed like it’d get here but here we are. Finally some time off from school for food, family, and some more food. Here are 10 things to look forward to this Thanksgiving break

1. Sleeping in your own bed, in your own room with your dog curled up on your side.

2. Going on runs in your hometown with your old teammates

3. Seeing your Mom <3

4. Stuffing.

5. Showering without shoes.

6. The empty gym at home!!!!

7. FOOTBALL. (And this workout to go along with it).

8. Literally…doing…nothing…Finally a break from work and studying.

9. Pie.

10. Quality family time

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