End of Summer

This summer seemed to go by so fast. My schedule has eased up but I still feel like there were so many things I wanted to do this summer that I still haven't gotten to. My dumb knee and even dumber hip have kept me from doing all of the active things Summers usually entail. I was really looking forward to hiking with Zoe and doing some more biking but my body just wasn't having it. I've been starting to feel a bit better so hopefully I can still do a few things before snow hits the ground. And I certainly hope I'm feeling better before ski season! Summer officially comes to an end next week but I'm still looking forward to another month of the Farmer's Market, cooler days and nights, a few more movies at the drive-in, and hopefully another time or two on boat.

I'm also SUPER excited for the Fall. Definitely my favorite season!

Dear Fall,
Please stick around for as long as you possibly can.

My Fall favorites:
-my anniversary
-hoodies and sweaters
-pumpkin spice lattes

I also love cooking this time of year. I love firing up the grill and I don't mind turning on the oven. I love the veggies during this season. I've been such a cooking slacker this summer but I'm excited to try out some of the recipes I've been posting to Pinterest.

1 comment:

  1. I'll admit... I'm glad summer is over. Boston summers suck in comparison to Utah summers. The humidity is a beast!

    And YES to pumpkin spice lattes!!


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