9.26.2011

Pumpkin Delight or How I Spent My Week-End

The first official day of fall was on Friday (can anyone tell me when it got moved from always being on the 21st??), which meant that there was only one thing to do on Saturday - go to the pumpkin patch! {happy dance} Of course I took my camera, thinking we'd actually get to go pick pumpkins in the patch, but the front yard of the farmers house wasn't quite as exciting. Still, my pumpkin enthusiasm was not deterred and I made my mom and Peter take lots of photos. Peter thinks that if reincarnation were true, I would have been a pumpkin in a previous life. {ah hem}

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There's not much that causes my heart to beat faster than seeing a sign like this

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Rows of pumpkins and gourds? Yes please!

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A fun fall outing with my mom

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This is my happy pumpkin face - it usually preceeds the {happy pumpkin dance}

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Got to make sure everything is in the right spot

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I think I'm happy with that...

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Perfect time for a photo of me with my favorite things - Peter, pumpkins, and mums!


5 comments:

  1. yea for pumpkins!!!! my weekend was filled with pumpkins too, but mine where in the kitchen. i stocked up on canned pumpkin and set work making pumpkin fruit dip (amazing and good for you! can be eaten simply with a spoon) and pumpkin milk so that I can make my own starbucks like latte's at home without spending so much!

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  2. Your pumpkin obsession is perhaps the cutest thing ever.
    You look utterly blissful in these photos. :)

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  3. Your steps look great all decorated!!!

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  4. Ha, I enjoyed your pumpkin dance! I'm rather a fan of pumpkins myself, although you seem to be in the grip of a full blown obsession!

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  5. Rachel - that pumpkin fruit dip sounds amazing!

    Molly - Pumpkins = bliss for me :-)

    Mommyblogger - Thanks!

    Emily - I'm totally in a a full blown obsession when it comes to pumpkins, but it has been a lifelong thing. ;-)

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