Friday, October 14, 2011's been a LONG time!

So these past few months that I haven't done any update you could say we were a little busy with things at home...and I just hadn't felt like updating! We finished our wedding season (5 weddings over the course of 5 months - 1 each month from May to September - PERFECT way to do wedding season!). They were all so much fun and I am happy for each couple! Unfortunately we were slacking with the picture taking most of the summer and haven't really gotten any updated pics of what we've been up to or any of the weddings we went to.

This one we took after Matt's wedding once we got home...

We have finished up the gardening season and the canning season (AMEN)!! We canned pickles, pickled beans, apple pie in a jar, apple butter, pizza sauce and bruschetta style salsa. I still have to freeze some pumpkin but right now the pumpkins are in use as decorations and for whatever I don't sell I will freeze (unless its alot - then the deer will eat too!

Here's a few of the pumpkins we got!
We do still have potatoes and carrots to dig and popcorn to harvest, but other than that it's all done! And we have all kinds of new ideas for next year already! Kind of excited for that!

We also celebrated our 1st Anniversary in August! Looking back it FLEW by...but I still remember that day and am so much more in love with my husband now than I ever have been!

Looking forward to many many many more years of wedded bliss!

For our anniversary, we took a mini trip to Grand Marais to celebrate. We had a 4 day weekend and really enjoyed our time just relaxing and taking in the scenery...and plenty of food too!

We had decided before we got married that each year for our anniversary we will go on a little trip somewhere...just to get away, relax and reflect on the past year and what's to come! I chose this years location and Barney said he's choosing next years...I'm curious to see what he'll come up with...or when he asks for my help! Either way, I'm looking forward to it!

Now I have just been crafting fall decorations and preparing for the fall and winter festivities! Hunting is right around the corner, then my brother and I have a weekend set in November that we will be doing all of our Christmas baking, then its Turkey day and I am hosting Thanksgiving with my family...ubberly excited about that!! Then December rolls around and I CAN FINALLY DECORATE FOR CHRISTMAS!!! Any way! I really enjoy this time of year! And I promise not to go this long again without updating!!!

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