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I gave in...



...and put on a sweatshirt and jeans for the first time this fall.

We had a fun Saturday going to a parade in the small town where our business is located, home for lunch, and then off to the fair.  After getting home from the fair, we had a bonfire in the backyard.
Tim was so sweet to get four "roasting sticks" and put little marshmallows on them for us all.  He came down to the fire, announcing in a big voice, "Free marshmallows!  Get your marshmallows!"  It was so comical to see little colored marshmallows stuck onto the ends of sticks, but so sweet of him to think of it and make enough for everyone to enjoy. 










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  1. I love jean and sweatshirt weather. When I'm not leaving the house, it's actually sweatsuits. The only thing I don't like is knowing winter is on it's way. Blah! Roasted marshmallows... yum!

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  2. It was a really nice weekend here, wasn't it?

    I need to find a good sweatshirt!

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  3. Aw, bless that sweet boy. I actually smiled and warmly laughed out loud at the photo of him with his little sticks and marshmallows. My kids would have LOVED his gesture.
    Blessings,
    Toni

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  4. We love roasting marshmallows! Cute pics! I am also a mom of two boys. I just love boys! :) Stopping by from the Homeschool hop.

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  5. Fall is in full swing here in MA. I love Fall but detest winter! Yummy marshmallows!! I'm craving them now ;o)

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