Monday, October 1, 2012

And I Go Back to September All The Time.

I'll admit, I'm sad September is over.  I love September and not JUST because it's the month of my birth and the start of the NFL football season (although I feel like those are completely legit reasons).  But as fall progresses I'm growing increasingly excited for what the rest of 2012 will bring.  Good grief by the time I blink this year will be over, won't it?

I can't believe I'm halfway done with my Christmas shopping! My cards arrived last week so hopefully they'll be addressed and ready 2 months early.  The weather has semi-cooled off to a breezy 80 degrees in the other bay area and my travel for the rest of this year is booked.

I actually invested in a new North Face fleece last week (on a jail break from work with Amber) so that I'll be ready to head to Pittsburgh, Indy, St Louis, Indy again, and again before the end of this year.  I also found out last week that three fabulous people will be visiting me in Tampa in November and we'll be road tripping to Jacksonville to catch a Colts v. Jags game.  Man I'm excited!

So, without further ado, welcome to the month of October.  For those of you pumpkin loving freaks I hope you're indulging your latte fixation and pinterest partying with pumpkin everything. I'll wait for the peppermint parade coming soon, myself.  But I have been feeling abnormally festive this year and have decided I might need a wreath and maybe even a Christmas tree.  I know - express your shock here.

Here's to the continuation of my favorite season.  Oh yeah, and fall.



Jessica said...

I'm with you....bring on Peppermint Mochas and all things red and white!!!

lil desiqua said...

So jealous you're going to a game- it's on my bucket list! I think I'm about 1/4 of the way done with Christmas shopping, which is a huge improvement over my usual week before Christmas shopping!

Amber said...

I'm with you - I like pumpkin and all, but peppermint is way better!

SEL said...

I want to make another wreath too.

I'm learning to embrace the pumpkin taste. ;)