Halloween. It’s not so much that I’m madly in love with the holiday, although I do think it’s crazy fun, but rather I am in fact madly in love with autumn and all things related to the cool crisp change of the season and of course, Halloween falls into the mix.
“The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder.” Alfred Hitchcock
With conveniences such as Redbox, Netflix and microwave popcorn, it’s kind of hard to justify paying $20 for two people to see a movie in the theater. Don’t you think? But every now and then a movie will be released that just calls me to the theater.
I just finished reading a post written by our friend, Will. I got to the end of the last paragraph, dried my eyes and immediately emailed Will and asked him if I could publish his post on my site. Fortunately, he said, “Yes.”
With commands such as left forward, right back, forward two and HOLD ON! the adrenaline rush of white water rafting on the Rogue River makes for an awe-inspiring (and ridiculously fun) afternoon on the water.
It’s a rare thing to have the inn to ourselves – very rare – but the other night I took the opportunity to actually sit in the unusually quiet dining room to work on my weekly breakfast menu planning, bacon & eggs and so much more, while Abi watched the world cup soccer game back in our apartment. It’s true. I admit it. I could care less about watching the world cup soccer games. Am I the only one?
Every spring it’s the same thing – the onset of my love/hate relationship with this blossoming time of year – and it’s about to roll around again come Thursday, March 20. The first day of spring 2014. Yesterday, it hailed in southern Oregon. Go figure. Blossoms through the hail, it’s a symphony of contrasts.
I know, I know, you’re thinking – just how many photos can one take of fall leaves? Apparently, if you’re us, quite a few. It seems as if every tree we come upon offers up some little tweak of excellence. So with that being said, here are a few more and I promise, this will be the last of them (fingers crossed behind my back). I think you’ll thank me for posting these though!