While I’m excited for the fall, today is a little sad: it’s the last day of summer. Between work and Brandon’s big test, we started summer a bit late, but tried to enjoy every minute of the short summer we did have.
Here’s a look back:
Visiting a new-to-me state: MONTANA for Brandon’s brother’s wedding:
We weren’t able to make it raspberry picking, but the blueberries were delicious!
The pizza oven finally became a reality!
We visited Carmel for another wedding, more wine and wonderful extended family time:
We gardened and grew basil-mint! And figs. And lots of herbs. Next year we’re going to have raised beds and plant lots of veggies!
We enjoyed Seafair, the Blue Angels (from land and sea!) and had a nice little staycation. (I forgot about that post and re-discovered the photos in my phone. I’ll work on that post next!)
Have a wonderful last day of summer — we’re going to grill some kalbi steaks for steak salads.
We’ll see if we can’t enjoy a few more dinners out on the patio. Cheers to fall!