tons of food,
and thankful hearts...
everything thanksgiving should be!

last weekend

we headed to tallahassee to visit erica and the kids.
and to take the kids to their first ever florida state game.
the weather was typical tallahassee:
rainy and cold on saturday,
and rainy and muggy on sunday.

ever so thankful for a tent and close parking spot during our rainy tailgate,
and my awesome hubby hooked us up with box seats for the game.
not your typical game experience, but we stayed dry!
the kids had a great time watching the band, taking part in the tomahawk chop,
watching burt reynolds throw the spear,
and cheering our team to a victory!

after the events that took place on campus a few days before the game,
the feeling of unity was stronger than ever before.
so proud to be a 'nole!


these two

oh, how i love them.
they make me laugh,
sometimes cry,
wear me down,
build me up,
keep me honest,
love me unconditionally,
challenge me,
and make my life and my heart full.

(picture from this summer with tan skin and light hair!)



we headed up to the old neighborhood to trick-or-treat with great friends.
good food, kids running around,
lots of picture taking,
candy filled bags,
a fun scavenger hunt,
cool temperatures
and the cutest cat and handsomest darth vader i have ever seen
made for a great halloween night.

costume parade

one of the highlights of every school year is hands down the costume parade.
after much thought august decided a pirate was the costume to wear.
tatum picked her cat costume and ran around the house meowing and pawing.
during the parade tatum picked up two really cute nerds!