What a weekend! Usually, we have the Sunday blues right about now, thinking about the work week ahead. But today, we're just grateful. You're a big deal around here, October, and you've been good to us already!
We welcomed the new month and new season with our first fire and indoor s'mores. Our new place here in Nashville has a fireplace, which seals the deal that this is our favorite apartment yet! We've had more than our fair share of candy corn (thanks to the FOUR POUND bag my Aunt Donna sent us!) and hot lattes, and we're sitting here now watching football with the porch door open. No complaints!
We also welcomed fall by making a short little film. I've been really enjoying the process of shooting and putting together video, and Kyle has been encouraging me to keep it up. (He's good at the whole encouraging thing.) So you can probably expect to see more of these in the coming months. :)
And, as usual, here are some pictures from our weekend!
Aaaaaaand the award for Best Worst Dog goes to..... CHARLIE!
This weekend, he managed to chew a hole in the *bottom* of his cage, then pull the yoga mat that was under it *into* the cage, then chew it to bits. We're taking bets on how many days until the escapes (again). I say he escapes by Tuesday.
Firewood for our first fire! ^
And the sweetest little white pumpkin my friend Carlee gave me!
Pup naps. Because chewing holes in your crate is EXHAUSTING. ^
Playing around with my cheapy macro lens here, and I'm crazy about the colors it picked up!
We make our way down to Franklin, TN every chance we get. I can't possibly do the town justice in pictures, but here are a few details I love!
If you've talked to me recently, I've probably told you how much I love Rosemary Honey Lattes from Frothy Monkey. Possibly more than once.
Kyle, looking like Luke from Gilmore Girls. Which makes sense, because Franklin feels a lot like Stars Hollow.
We live just down the road from the Iroquois Steeplechase grounds, which is an annual horse race/obstacle course. The course is part of the Warner Parks, which span over 2,600 acres. Kyle and I feel pretty lucky to have these parks so close by!
That's all for now! Brace yourselves all the I-love-fall blabbering to come. Because I can't help it.