Wednesday, December 5, 2007

And I'm back.....

I have been in an anti-blogging mood lately but I have loved reading all of your blogs. (Oh the wonderful world of blog stalking!) So I decided that I needed to get back on the horse and post what has been going on.

Fall has been absolutely wonderful and full of so many fabulous events. There was the "I fall for Fall" party to welcome the glorious season - complete with dinner baked in a pumpkin, pumpkin bowling and bobbing for apples. Then we hobbed nobbed with the high society folks at the Virginia Golden Cup horse races. Chels, Sarah and I went leaf peeping in Boston and the New England states. It was gorgeous! My mom came to visit and we had a blast going to the seeing the sights, eating out and just spending quality time together. The Bachelor became a regular event every Monday night with our girlfriends. We watched the finale together complete with our own rose ceremony and bachelors! And before I knew it Thanks giving was around the corner. A group of us rented a house/cabin in the Shenandoah Valley and we relaxed all weekend long! The dinner was delicious and the turkey turned out great. Whew! So in a nutshell that catches you up to speed. I hope your fall was as wonderful as mine was.

It's snowing today so I guess winter is here. Merry Christmas!

4 comments:

Christina said...

You haven't been as anti-blogging as I have been lately. Yikes! (I haven't posted since August!) Gotta get on that. Looks like you had a really great Fall! I wonder what I have to show for my own Fall...hmm. Thanks for giving me something to ponder and thanks for the post! Merry Christmas!

MishMyBelle said...

Yea!! You're back. I have been checking your blog lately, wondering if you would come back to us. It has been an excellent fall, with more festivities to come!

Sara & Dustin Johnson said...

I love seeing your pictures and hearing about what you're up to. Bytheway, I tagged you! Check out my blog to see what I mean.

The Shark said...

Merry Christmas, indeed!

I remember that Fall Fiesta. And how I was the first one to go bobbing so as to avoid the nastiness of twenty people's saliva coating each apple. It was delightful.