Signs of Fall

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!unnamed-10 We’ve enjoyed the last of the summer tomatoes. Our poor neglected garden gave us the most beautiful harvest. We love you, garden.unnamed-11 Running along country roads I often encounter wildlife. Here is Yurtle.unnamed-9 The turning of the leaves. How I love the color and the crunch.unnamed-8 The “Ugly” tomato variety is our favorite.unnamed-1 First apple pie of the year, courtesy of King Arthur Flour.unnamed-13 I love running/training in the Fall, but don’t love the shorter hours of daylight. Thankfully I have running buddies who keep me going. Our routine: 5 a.m. Monday hills and 5 a.m. Wednesday speed work. It’s so dark we start with headlamps and we end with headlamps. Groovy!unnamed-16 Early morning runs keep the crazy away and give the most beautiful views of the day. unnamed-15 Fog, peace, and sunrises.unnamed-2 My middle school soccer team – I LOVE THEM! My girl is #5. Coaching my children has been of the most valuable and bonding experiences I have had with them. I highly recommend!unnamed Icing with your siblings is also bonding!unnamed-5 Paige is following in her family’s footsteps!unnamed-4 Changing topics…my A&P class has begun. We autopsied Dill Pickle, practiced our suture skills, and determined cause of death (the creativity was hilarious.)unnamed-12 Ah yes, the organization of running a home and the innumerable activities does not happen without much planning. Hence my messy desk and beet smoothies for endurance. YUM.unnamed-17 Fall has once again brought clogged drains. I’m sorry for the disgustingness but hopefully my real life makes your real life feel better. And anyway, this orange thingy drain snake ordered from Amazon is AWESOME! Instead of pouring really horrible and toxic chemicals down the drain we stick this snake thingy down and bring up all the hair. After wretching I’m quite satisfied with once-again clean drains.unnamed-14 Let’s get back to baking some King Arthur Flour hot buttered soft pretzels!unnamed-18 Piano charts!unnamed-3 I’ve always wanted corn stalks on the porch. Yahoo!unnamed-19An attempt at a festive fall welcome, with bonus points of REALLY smelly soccer cleats perched at nose level, atop a cardboard box holding an American Standard toilet. ‘Cause we’re classy like that. Also: I need a wreath.

Well, we try. Therefore, we rock. Right?

Happy Fall, y’all!

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3 thoughts on “Signs of Fall

  1. Julia Tomiak

    Go Amy on the early morning runs! I am impressed. Thank goodness for running buddies!

    Cheers to coaching your kids- mine have been stuck with me at various times for soccer and now XC. It’s a great way to be involved- although sometimes it can put stress on the relationship.

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