At the end of last month we had a nice little yard harvest. We had two eggplants, many little peppers, and a bunch of pecans. We also have some potatoes and sweet potatoes but I haven’t dug them up yet. It isn’t much, but these are also all of the veggie-producing plants we have right now, so this is 100% productivity right here.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
This is nothing. A friend of mine just harvested over 60 pounds of pecans from her yard!
I kidnapped a friend of mine from Jacksonville and didn’t take him back until a week later.
We had a good time.
Earlier this month Isabel went with her mama and her friend Kyle to the Big Thicket National Preserve for Big Thicket Day, a celebration of the preserve’s 50th anniversary.
Isabel rode the Pumpkin Patch Express via the Texas State Railroad this Sunday with Mama, Daddy, Grandma, and Grandpa. There were two bounce houses, hay rides, trick-or-treating, a big slide, a pumpkin patch, a big box of corn kernels, swings, games, music, food, and, of course, train rides!
This is Isabel’s “pumpkin face”
Enjoy this happy face Isabel drew on my iPad.
2015 Nissan Rogue
Only costs us $4000 more than what I have left to pay of my student loans!
Isabel spent the Fourth of July weekend with her cousins.
This is the first dress I ever made. It’s also the first thing I made with the sewing machine I treated myself for my 30th birthday.
I made it for a friend’s kid (birthday present!) using the Junebug dress pattern.
It’s the same pattern I used for Isabel’s picnic dress.