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Not to rub it in for those of you who worked over the holiday weekend, but I had four straight days off and it was heavenly. Now I'm back at work and wishing I could do it all over again. It was Ian's first Thanksgiving with my family and my days were spent taking long walks, talking wedding planning (we might be getting married here), reading in the bath and drinking wine around the fire.