There are a few things that feel as good as being home for the Holidays. I was lucky enough to spend 10 days at home in Massachusetts. I was so happy to go home and see all of my friends and family over the break.
I did so many things in those 10 days, it was a roller coaster. I went to Boston with my college roommates to get dinner in the North End and see the tree in Faneuil Hall. I got to see the majority of my cousins at Christmas, featuring the most intense game of Old Maid and an incredible Yankee Swap. I had a classic sleepover with my best friends since forever which involved a lot of dancing and card games. I also drove to Connecticut to meet my 2 of my best friends to take a train into the city, where we went to Rockefeller Center to see the big Christmas tree and the light show.
I also had another Christmas party in Cape Cod, and was able to go to my favorite place down the Cape to watch the sun set (please enjoy the cute pictures of my dog). I even managed to make it down to my old college, where I got to spend the day with my old teammates, who I missed very much.
I also got to spend New Years with my friends for the first time in 4 years, but to be honest, I spent most of the night with the dog.
I was so excited to be able to go home because I missed everyone so much, but I can’t wait to get back to playing basketball!