Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Currently: November

Well, friends, it is November, and I am so excited for all that the next two months hold. The last three months of the year are sometimes the craziest, but they can also be the sweetest. Here's to the holidays, and here's a glimpse into what's going on in this neck of the woods.


At the pumpkin patch with my seester this past weekend. :)

Cooking: chili, apple crisp, pumpkin seeds...all the fall things!
Planning: This weekend we are going to Atlanta for our one year anniversary! Ok, so we haven't been married for a year. Hardly. But in October we celebrated the first anniversary of our first date, so that's kind of a big deal. I am so pumped for all the fun things we will get to do together this weekend!
Smelling: Fall. candles.
Appreciating: I am so appreciative of a simpler life. We've got a lot going on, but at the end of the day, I'm just grateful to come home and chillax with my boo thang.
Anticipating: I. love. Christmas. So I am most definitely anticipating the most wonderful time of the year.

Linking up with Anne and Jenna today!

5 comments:

  1. Enjoy your anniversary weekend away! Sounds like fun! I am burning fall candles as well. It's the perfect season for them! I agree as well as appreciating a simple life.

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    1. Simplicity can be so nice, can't it? Thanks for reading along!

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  2. Aw fun! I hope you had fun here in Atlanta! Sorry for the rainy weather. ;) What all did you do?? Also, I've tried baking pumpkin seeds, and they just never turn out right. Any tricks??

    Thanks so much for linking up with us!

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    1. I dried the seeds on a paper towel overnight, and then I sprayed a pan with olive oil. I drizzled a little olive oil over the seeds and added salt to taste, then I roasted them on 350 for about 40 minutes to get them nice and crispy. :)

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    2. I dried the seeds on a paper towel overnight, and then I sprayed a pan with olive oil. I drizzled a little olive oil over the seeds and added salt to taste, then I roasted them on 350 for about 40 minutes to get them nice and crispy. :)

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