Autumn Days & Nights…

Sunday I set in my living room watching the autumn leaves fall from the trees as the cold front was moving in. The sound of the wind and the leaves blowing was peaceful.

Jason and I enjoyed this fall, the temperatures a bit lower than usual but we recall we did not have much of spring temps either. 2018 brought long winter and summer and short spring and autumn. We have already enjoyed our first snowfall before thanksgiving. I am hoping we get a very snowy winter. Cameron will sure enjoy it!

Cameron was a ninja this year for Halloween and our granddaughter Kenleigh was a purple monster. We had a great time taking her with us to his school parade and halloween party. Then met up with our grandbabies parents that night at the mall for trick or treating. This halloween it was freezing and rainy out so we were grateful for the mall.

As our kids took their kids trick or treating Jason and I snuck off for a quick coffee date… Quality time together to laugh and talk just the two of us is always appreciated. Love my husband so…

We did make it to the pumpkin patch and corn maze this year on the last day they were open, lol… with both grandkids! We have been quite busy this fall

Kenleigh loved the pumpkins that were as big as her. We got them all carved and enjoyed them glowing at night. Camerons favorite part

Also this fall we took our annual road trip through the Boston Mountains in Arkansas. This year Jasons brother and his wife Marjorie joined us. We have the best time with them.

We finally stopped at Grandmas House Cafe along the scenic route. Place was packed but the fried chicken was wonderful. We will definitely stop in again, maybe not when the leaves are changing because everyone had the same idea that day. Worth the wait though.

We stopped again this year at the dinosaur park. Always a good time!

Then we traveled further down to Alma Arkansas to the A to Z store! I had never been and we are already planning a trip back soon. Furniture to clothing to home decor, they have it all. It was a long full day with great company. As always I look forward to that drive again next year.

Jason and I ended this last part of Autumn with family over for Thanksgiving being grateful for them all. Missing our oldest daughter Kirsten in Denver.

We also had a memorable date night, lol. One that will make us laugh every time we see our selfie at dinner. Laughter is the best part of life. And I enjoy it everyday with this man of mine.

I have started gathering my Christmas decor together and I am looking forward to the Journey to Bethlehem at the end of the week.

Hope everyone had a wonderful Autumn 🍂 winter is upon us ❄️

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