We had a great time yesterday! Right outside of Hernando MS there’s this family run farm, Cedar Hill Farms, that opens to the public. We decided to go visit and pick pumpkins together as a big family. All our cousins are extremely close. We’re all around the same age, have kids the same ages, and we all live pretty much in the same neighborhood. We run together, we cook out together, we do lots of family things together, we were all bridesmaids/best men in each others’ weddings. If something tragic happens in the family you better believe that you’ll have about 10 cousins knocking on your door to give you a hug. It’s crazy how tight we all are. They are my best friends.
We zip-lined, ate Italian ice, petted some goats and sheep and little horses. We watched a pig race (so weird and sad) and rode on a hay ride. We ate food, slid down giant slides made from humungous piping, jumped on hay and ran through fields. Then we picked our own pie pumpkins and big ones for making jack o’ lanterns. It was a fantastic day full of love and laughter. Checking this off my list.
There are no pictures of me, and that makes me terribly, TERRIBLY sad! I’m really gonna work on getting more images of myself on this blog, in my project life album, and just in general even if I never share them anywhere.
Here are some photos from the day. I left out three of my very favs, which will be this week’s 52 project images.
Happy Monday friends!