We're a middle of American suburban family who reduce, reuse, recycle moderately, are frugal, and do our best to glorify God.
Going on walks with lower humidity and fewer mosquitoes. Making (and eating) pumpkin-flavored things. Trying something called the Cedar Valley Chase in NE Iowa this Oct -- the closest we may ever come to being on the Amazing Race.
That sounds fun Margaret! Can't wait to hear about the chase!
I'm sad!! I love apple picking in the fall - and our local(ish!) orchard lost over 80 percent of their crop this year, when the temperatures plummeted to 18 degrees in May. So - no pick your own, sadly. They still have some for sale. Locally - I've talked to some students who have apple trees - they said they had plenty of fruit. Our trees must be just late enough that they hadn't blossomed yet during the cold snap! I love my fall sweaters and cozy throws - watching field hockey games all bundled up, and coming home to warm apple cider. Great post!