Today is the most beautiful day in the history of the world. At least, that's what my dad would say. If it isn't THE most beautiful, I bet it's in the top 17 or so. The weather is perfect and the scenery lovely. I just ate a big, crisp apple, and I think I will start singing, "It's Autumn Time." The kids and I went to enjoy autumn. Of course, we took along the camera.
|My Parents' House|
|My Grandparents' Barn and Buildings|
|The Road to my |
|Lili loves horses, and this one proved quite friendly.|
When we got home, Omar was asleep, but we took a picture of the others in front of the lovely fall tree picture Marcos made at preschool. We just harvested these big beautiful pumpkins from our garden. That's a lie. We didn't even have a garden this year. Every year we can either have a garden or a baby, and this was a baby year. The years we do have gardens, we have never been able to produce pumpkins--especially like these. The pumpkins were a good price at the grocery store, so I got one for each child to decorate and another to make dinner-in-a-pumpkin (our traditional Halloween feast which nobody likes but me--no matter, I will continue to make it every year! Traditions die hard for an Olivia.).
And here is a final picture. Omar is loving is cereal, and since he's only been eating it for a week, everyone is still excited about helping to feed him: