Well I'll be your rainy day lover. Whenever the sunny days end. And whatever the weather, we have each other. And that's how the story will end
Well I'll be your shade tree in summer. If you'll be my fire when it's cold. And whatever the season, well, we'll keep on breathing. Cause we'll have each other to hold.
I'll hold you- I'll sing.
I wanna love you, forever I do. I wanna spend all of my days with you. I'll carry your burdens and be the wind at your back. I wanna spend my forever - forever like that.
Well I'll be the words on the pages. If you'll be my sweet melody. And the tune can keep changing, cause I'll keep arranging. And this is the song that we'll sing.
- ben rector. forever like that.
on my morning run, this was the first song that played through my headphones. feeling tired. not sure about the day yet. wondering why I was even up on this chilly morning. took me a second- realized, wait this is our song. our wedding song.
don't get me wrong. i love the skyline drive when the leaves start to fall.
nothing says autumn more than the row houses near eastern market && old town.
&& don't get me started on all those wreaths. deep cranberries, burnt oranges. i am in love.
however, fall seems to take a little while to get here. in terms of temperature. ninety degrees this weekend.
for some reasons, this seems a little "hot" for me. i am ready to pull out my cozy sweaters and riding boots- yet am forced to keep them at bay (unless i want to burn up- which trust me, i have thought about a time or two)
for the second year in a row, caleb & i headed to butler's orchard. we were greeted with apple cider, an assortment of pumpkins, trees adorned with golden delicious & stayman apples, and again, 90 degrees weather. i must admit, i have never been apple picking with scorching heat before living here; however, virginia, i think you must like it.
caleb && i still had fun, no flannels :( yet we made the best of it. came home with not quite so many apples (last year we brought home22 pounds- for the both of us.... needless to say we had apple everything for about a month.) this year, we restrained ourselves and simply ate most our apples off the trees.
we came home with 5 pounds of apples && apple cider. later enjoyed pumpkin gnocchi and spiced warm apple cider. && pretended it was sixty degrees outside which was assisted with the switch of the thermostat (sorry, caleb!)
p.s. does anyone else feel a little sick after gnocchi? i love it so much, yet always have a little tummy ache afterwards. doesn't seem to stop me.
happy october (my favorite month of the whole year). yay! here are some pictures from last year.
^^^ these always remind me of my sister, hanna. she loved these & once caleb tried them, he loved them too :)