Last of the sun.

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We have been trying to soak up the last of the warm sun in our backyard. My veggie garden is long gone and pulled out. The tramp needs to be taken apart and put away for the cold weather months. The girls and I spent some time on a blanket by our back porch a couple of weeks ago. I’ll miss this weather that’s for sure. It’s so fun getting into different weather at first though you know? I like feeling all cuddly and cozy inside this rainy day, but I know as soon as January hits, I’ll get the itch for some warm weather. And I am dreading the germs winter will bring to my girls. Or hopefully no germs(fingers crossed)!  I am happy to think that next summer Hazel will be toddling around the backyard trying to keep up with Lydia or trying to escape the backyard.  Maybe a fence is in our future next summer?!

Goodbye warm weather.  You were good to us.


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