Well, I suppose you may be bored with these summaries but I have found them to be pretty fun and a great way to celebrate a wonderful summer and fall.
We move on to September.
September 4th – The Bookish Girl celebrates its 4-year anniversary. Did you not see the fireworks?!
September 5th – Rob’s Dad and his wife arrive. This is the first time they have ever been to visit us. I am very nervous and we start the weekend with Sophia projectile vomitting in the car on the way home from my aunt’s. Oh, what a start! Luckily it didn’t continue down that road. Here we are taking a tour of our small little town.
September 7th – Pop and Meemaw leave and we are sad they couldn’t stay longer.
September 11th – My friend Jess arrives for the night we eat dinner out and reflect on the 9/11 Anniversary.
September 16th – Our satellite is installed. Why is this significant? Sunday Ticket of course. We love us some ball-ball (this is what Sophia calls football). Go Browns!
September 20th – Rob and I attend the Finger Lakes Fiber Festival. Kellee
and her family were supposed to come back to town again this year – but the sickness decended them and left them in BOS. Rob was a great sport and traveled with me (sans Baby) to the festival. This is a fabulous festival. Honest to goodness greatness. If you are ANYWHERE near the area and so inclined you should make an effort to visit. (That means you NYC girls, NJ girls, and Toronto girls – get thee butt to my house next fall).
The next few weeks are quite we live a bit, laugh a bit, eat quite a bit and enjoy the fall. We put a patio on our house (or rather Rob did – I was a great cheerleader) and Sophia learned how to make Apple Crisp. Yum. This girl loves to cook and she will totally be my food slave when she is older. Oh, yes she will.
October 17th – Rhinebeck Arrives and I travel by myself to the Hudson Valley to spend time with some of those that I love best. This is a bitter sweet weekend for me. Sweet because I get to talk to real live people who know me, who are interested in my mundane waxings about the nature of hotel room floors, and who know how to laugh like few others. Bitter because they all are spread around the country now. What started as a sweet little BOS-NYC-Toronto contingent has spread across many more states and cities. Bah! This years festival was awesome. My favorite yet. I didn’t buy much of anything but had a super great time and truly enjoyed my time there. I managed not to take a single picture and haven’t seen too many of myself floating around the blog-o-sphere. It is likely better that way… my vampire side comes out on film.
October 26th – PUMPKIN PATCH!!
October 31st – We close a VERY quite month with Halloween. Sophia was the cutest monkey ever…
That just about brings us to present day – minus a few minor details. More on those soon…