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Friday, October 19, 2012


Pumpkins. Apples. Squash. Hayrides. 
What a fun time of the year- yesterday we took advantage of Boston's weather (since I've learned you never know what kind if weather is coming next) and headed out to a farm where they offered FREE hayrides along with some apples and candy corn. 
 I was really impressed.
On a side note I sprained my ankle about 3 weeks ago and its still black and blue and looks a little skiwampus. I've sprained my ankle several times in the past but I don't remember it going on this long.....
 Well, except maybe the time I sprained it horrifically in a volleyball match and my dad had to basically carry me everywhere.  And i had to miss one of my schools best tradition where we climbed a mountain to white wash a "B" (The B was on the mountain of course, and the B stood for our schools name).do any of you remember doing traditions like that? 
ya. I was super crushed i missed it. 

Anywho, I guess I shouldn't be worried, in fact I should enjoy this time that I get to say every time i get out of the shower
 "Brandon! I scrub and scrub my foot and it won't come clean!" 
And a good ol' eye roll will come from this conversation as I show Brandon my foot once more. haha

Our list:
Activity:  Barn Animals
Taste Testing 

1 comment:

Unknown said...

New follower here! You have the most adorable family! I'm from the UK and Halloween isn't as big over with us as in America. We are in Florida on holiday at the moment so making the most of the pumpkin patches, costumes and decorations! I didn't realise you could get so many different types of pumpkins until I walked into Wal Mart, I wish we could take some home with us. I've stocked up on decorations and accessories to take home!
Hope that your ankle gets better soon but in the meantime, milk it for all you can!