It’s still odd to me that it’s in the 70’s this week. The warmest Autumn ever (in my mind). Warm but still beautiful.
It’s my most favorite time of the year 🙂
The First. Everything is the First in our new home. This time it was the first Halloween.
We didn’t get many Trick-or-Treaters but I managed to have a great time.
There he goes our first Trick-or-Treater. He was a little guy dressed as Batman. His Dad was enjoying the Trick-or-Treating too. He was so cute! Batman, by the way, is the best Halloween Costume ever!
It was pretty cold outside and the moon shone crisp in the evening sky. In short, it was perfect! Next on our Holiday Hit Parade is Thanksgiving. This weekend I will switch out the decorations. I can’t wait. To have our own home is beyond thrilling for me. I’m like a lucky Trick-or-Treater who just got the full size candy bar!
Life is good 🙂
Today has been another hot day in the neighborhood. It was colder in August than it is now. I want it to be cold or cooler, not 85 degrees!
I haven’t been outside much in the last 5 days because of the heat and humidity. Today I forced myself to go out to the farm for some Autumn cheer even if it was 85 degrees.
Things are starting to turn brownish. Very Harvest looking which is wonderful! The farm is preparing for the winter and sowing the crops. I love having this place near me. Suburbia isn’t the same as wide open farmland. To have this to look at everyday is soul cleansing. It gave me the boost I needed today. Now Mother Nature is done with Hurricanes and Heatwaves we can get on with Autumn, thank you. 🙂
Last night I crossed off one of our summer bucket list items, outdoor Movie night.
Our Community hosts free outdoor movies at various locations around town. Local businesses sponsor these movie nights. Last night it was hosted at Historical Hope Lodge. A beautiful location for sure! We waited for dark to get the movie going and it was really cool with the Mansion sitting in the background. Popcorn and movie…how can you go wrong.
Dark came quickly now that we are racing toward Autumn. And the 100+ folks who gathered on the lawn applauded the start and finish of our movie.
Raiders of the Lost Ark is/was a classic. All though Amy Farrah Fowler messed with our minds stating that regardless of what Indiana Jones did the end would have been the same and he didn’t even need to be there I still loved this picture! Getting to watch it with my love made it even more fun!
Today I took 20 minutes to visit my happy place.
It’s how I keep my sanity in this crazy world of Adulthood.
My wife has given this gift of a membership to the Arboretum for the last 6 years. Even if I can only spend as little as 10 minutes here it does so much for my soul.
The world outside of these gates is so fast paced and loud. Inside the gates it’s blasting only color and beauty.
I know I am very lucky to have this place. In our ever crowding world there are fewer and fewer places to have peace outside.
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