There’s nothing quite like a four-day break from work, am I right? And now that our turkey comas and shopping sprees have subsided, it’s time to get back to the real world. But if you still want to hang on to that holiday feeling, take a look at how some of the Union players spent their Thanksgivings.
Usually Thanksgiving is synonymous with over-eating, naps on the sofa, and all around lethargy – but not for Josh Yaro. Instead of partaking in usual pre-Thanksgiving rituals like picking out your fanciest pair of stretchy pants for dinner, Yaro did a four mile “turkey trot.” Over achiever. But he also found time to catch some college football action too.
Fabian Herbers traded in the chilly Pennsylvania weather for some sunshine in Thailand and by the looks of it, Thanksgiving in Bangkok doesn’t sound like such a bad idea for next year.
#HappyThanksgiving! Set some time aside and truly express gratitude for the bounty provided to you by the earth and the heavens!— CJ Sapong (@BigAfrika88) November 24, 2016
What are you thankful for? I'm thankful for family, friends, and food infused with LOVE— CJ Sapong (@BigAfrika88) November 24, 2016
C.J. Sapong shared his gratitude over Twitter on Thanksgiving and hit on the three main “F’s” – family, friends, and food.
Thanksgiving is a great time to spend with family but it’s never a bad idea to catch up with some old friends. John McCarthy shared a night out of bowling with some of his closest friends since elementary school - points for nostalgia.