Good morning, Everyone! Happy Weekend! I hope you all have a fun and relaxing weekend ahead! It’s a cold and rainy one here, and after the seemingly endless months of summer heat, I couldn’t be happier to put my jacket on, pull my umbrella out and step out into the fall weather! Although, I’m sure that experiencing this weather for days on end will soon change my opinion. Is everyone always content with the weather? No, I don’t think they are. But I’m sure you can see why I’m saying this after a wonderful summer full of heat. Now, don’t think that I’m complaining because I’m not. This summer has been amazing. There haven’t been many days that there wasn’t any heat, so we were very lucky. My friend begged to differ though. Her AC was broken, and as you can see from this ac tune up in indianapolis information, you are meant to schedule regular maintenance for your system to guarantee its lifespan, and that was obviously something that she didn’t do. It didn’t take her long to get fed up with not having any air conditioning, so she was straight on the phone to get it repaired. That’ll teach her! She’ll never skip an AC tune-up again. We, on the other hand, enjoyed the summer that much that we didn’t want it to end, but I think that was because we had a decent HVAC system to hand. Even though I enjoyed it more than I could ever say, I’m just welcoming the change in seasons. So, I can’t wait to see what this time of year has in store for us.
In the meantime, I wanted to show you some pictures from a recent trip to an Amish pumpkin farm in Pennsylvania. It was a very rainy and windy afternoon, but when I saw the beautifully colored pumpkins as we drove by the farm, we had to stop by! I loved all the gorgeous heirloom pumpkins of all different shapes and colors, and all the Cinderella pumpkins, which are my favorite! So now that I have all my pumpkins, it’s time for some fall decorating!
Have a great weekend, Everybody! Thanks for stopping by today, come back again soon!
I’ve died and gone to pumpkin heaven! Where is this?
Hi June! That’s what I thought when I saw the pumpkin farm! It was in Lancaster, PA. I have no idea about the exact address, I should have written it down because I know we’ll never find that tiny little country road again!
They are all so beautiful!
I loved them too, I wish I could have brought them all home! Have a great weekend! 🙂
Pumpkins are not very popular around here, so I didn’t even know that they were so many kinds.
They are AWESOME !!! So many colors and shapes
Yes, there are SO many different kinds of pumpkins, I never knew there were so many different kinds either! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! 🙂
I wish we had pumpkin patches here!
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