Sure. Michigan spends at least 5 months of the year under several feet of snow, ice, slush, and rain, but it does have its moments. Today being one of them.
It’s peak season for our area in Michigan, and our trees were just begging to be photographed. We went to one of our favorite places and spent the day. How ‘bout them apples, eh?
Do you ride in a tractor pulled covered wagon to pick yours?
And do you have two adorable little rugrats to keep you warm on those wagons?
How ‘bout this hottie hottie booma-lottie? Wanna little tidbit of info about JaG? I’m a scarf person. I’m pretty much obsessed with them. Something about them keeps me toasty warm.
The highlight of my day came at the expense of my father-in-law. He thought he could go on this bounce house obstacle course.
Instead, he ended up taking out this little boy. Nearly wet my pants on that one. As a matter of fact, my hubby and I are cracking up as I type this.
And lastly…I got lost in a corn maze. I know what you’re thinking, but let me tell you *I. got. lost!* We’re talking “how are we going to survive the winter in here” lost. Don’t believe me?
You see that tall cornstalk? That’s me underneath it. Thank goodness my in-laws have some sense of direction—that and the invention of cell phones saved us from a doomed life of surviving on apples and corn.