It seems like, to me, that most artsy people love the season fall and I'm no exception. There is just something so inspiring about the transition from green to yellows, oranges & reds that captivates the imagination.
One of my favorite things to do is to take a scenic drive somewhere, but to take one in the fall with it's enticing beauty, makes me excited like a little girl in a barbie store. If you didn't like barbies as a little girl or boy then think of a candy store. We did just that on Saturday. I've been wanting to take this drive for a year now. I couldn't find the exact road I wanted to drive down, but it worked out because the one we did find was closer.
The best part of our trip was stumbling upon the Pioneer Farm. I remember going there for a field trip in high school with Mrs. Frank. It was a memorable trip for me. At that age I was heavily into reading periodical novels & pioneer novels. This place was something out of my books.
I even got to buy a sun bonnet for next summer. I've always wanted one since Little House On The Prairie. Am I going to actually wear it come summer time? You betcha! It's just the coolest hat ever.
It was a great way to spend time with the family I love most.
One of the best things about fall being here is finally being able to use our feel fireplace. I really need to enjoy it because when we move into our new house in December it won't be a real fireplace, but just a gas one. Sigh... I guess it will be better then having none at all.
Leaving you with this cute little blue eyed boy.
One proud momma!