Weekend in Pictures

I’m so tired, but isn’t that the mark of a great weekend? Walking the puppy along the beach and laughing as he freaked out when the water came up to him, picking 20 apples from an orchard for $4.75, going to an Italian festival and playing lawn Bocce, having a wine tasting at 11am, stumbling upon a creepy abandoned motel on the outskirts of Atlantic City and being too scared to get out of the car, and wishing I’d never heard the noise Fitz makes when he comes face to face with goats. Oh my god, that screeching howl. Anyway, here are tons of photos, as promised:


Happy Monday, kiddos! How was your weekend?

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  • Wow those photos are amazing! Looks like you had the same weather as we did. Lush! That hotel is well creepy euw, assume you weren’t staying there!

    • Thanks, Annie! The weather was indeed glorious. Perfect fall weekend. And oh gosh, that abandoned motel was so scary but made for some interesting photos! Nah, I had a lovely (and clean!!) condo half a block from the beach.

  • ahhh! those pumpkins make me miss having fall weather to look forward to. love all these photos!

    • Oh no! You don’t have fall weather?? What sad, sad part of the country/world do you live in? Fall weather is the best!

  • Beautiful pictures! And Fitz has to be the cutest thing ever munching on that apple with his ear sticking straight up! Fun weekend!!

    • Thanks, girl! And Fitz, oh goodness. Isn’t he such a goof in that picture?

  • Amazing pictures!! The quality is perfect.

    Yes a tired Monday means the weekend was a success! ;)

    • Thanks, Lindsay!! I just bought a new camera, and I’m really enjoying it so far.

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