Another great weekend has come and gone. *sigh* Thankfully, we'll have another one coming around again, but first a whole week of work!
Instead of diving into work, I'd rather relive this weekend's shenanigans...
Friday night we did a little drinking, dancing and singing to Mr. Aaron Watson! Good times, great music! Keeping my fingers crossed that he will be playing in Vegas when we head out in December.
After sleeping in 'til 10:30am Saturday morning I was feeling extra energetic and a little guilty about all those Redd's from the night before, so I headed out for a 4 mile run. I felt extra spiffy in my coordinating workout gear!
Matt and Bella headed to the farm to plant his deer food plot and I spent the rest of the afternoon in the kitchen whipping up some tasty yummies! Broccoli salad, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, bruschetta and apple crisp pie with salted caramel sauce. The house smelled AMAZING!
After Matt got home and cleaned up we headed to Beitz's for supper and then we all headed off to hear some more live music!
Saturday night was Brushville, an up and coming country band who played at our wedding almost four years ago. They've got two singles out on country radio, Bar Star and Baby's Got Her Boots On. Check them out! Here in central Illinois, they're a pretty big deal!
Since I slept like the dead Saturday morning, it was fitting that I was up bright and early Sunday. But it was all for a good reason! The first thing I did was prep a crock pot full of balsamic beef stew and then it was off to Apple 'N Pork Festival.
Shockingly, I only bought one thing and it wasn't even for me... but a Christmas present! I know... Christmas already!?!? After checking out all the vendors that this year's festival had to offer it was time to head back and consume copious amounts of beef stew and apple pie while watching football! After watching the Bears lose to the Packers (I guess it's only disappointing if you're a Bears fan, which I'm not... Go Broncos!) I started the process, and it really is a process, of decorating the house for fall!
What can I say, I love Fall! We were married in October, so I have lots and lots of decorations left over from the wedding that I use to decorate the house every year. I overheard Matt say to Bella, "Holy Fall shitzel Bella! Doesn't it feel like we're in a pumpkin patch?"