Not girly shoes, but shoes like Vans, Converse and Doc Martens. This girl rarely wears heels!
I found these Hello Kitty Vans a couple of weeks ago and they were 50% off.
Have I mentioned that I love Hello Kitty?
And that I LOVE a good sale?
Oh my gosh, these were like a perfect storm for my feet!
I met a little girl at a basketball game last weekend and she had a Hello Kitty watch on. We bonded, to say the least. She sat by me the whole time, pretty much snuggling me and being my best buddy. It was really cute.
I made a list of things I wanted to during summer, and most of those things got done. Very nice! So a list for fall fun is mandatory because I find that if I write it down, it's a goal, rather than just a wish. So here goes:
Corn Maze and/or Pumpkin Patch
Take pictures of the leaves turning
Make apple pie
Go on a winery tour
Spend a few days at my sister's house
Have friends over and make s'mores over the fire
Jump in leaf piles with my kids
Take a drive in the mountains. No plan or destination. Just drive.
What about you? Do you have any good ideas for fall fun?
I photographed a wedding this weekend for a dear friend. And let me tell you that I did not feel up to the task! But thanks to a friend who helped out tremendously (and was very good at posing people), I think that all went well.
It's a big deal to be responsible to the picture of a wedding. I mean, it's not like you can call everyone back a few days later when you find that the photographs stink!
Here is one with the bride:
So far I have only been able to play around with some of the pictures of the groom and his guys, but there are some cute ones so far. I like that they reflect this silly, wonderful group of young men!
Here is the couple's adorable little girl. She was cracking up at her grandma:
So, I can cross another thing off of my summer to-do-list. This one is my good list: the one with goals and fun stuff to do!
I climbed a 14er on Monday. If you are wondering what a 14er is, here in Colorado we take great pride in our mountain's elevation, and a 14er is a mountain peak measuring in at 14,000 feet or higher.
The mountain I climbed is called Mount Bierstadt, and it is one of the easier peaks to climb. I definitely wanted to start on the easy side of things, so that I can work up to a more difficult climb next time.
And there will be a next time, for sure. Hopefully before summer and fall are over!
Still on the list for this summer? Go dancing (coming soon!), climb the Manitou Incline and learn to swim (just gotta add the coming up for air part).