A couple of weeks ago my husband and I had a rare, fun evening date at the Liberty Corn Maze. Their mazes are amazing – five different mazes form a really intricate design – this year was the Kansas City WWI Museum. Four of them are over 2.5 miles long! We had a lot of fun finding the checkpoints throughout three of the four mazes.
A side note … this week we had a date night at our local library, watching Charles Dickens’ great-great grandson perform A Christmas Carol! Not only was the performance top-notch, but it was free. As infrequently as we do it, unique date nights are really key to keeping a relationship strong.
This is my favorite photo from last Saturday’s 5-mile hike at Weston Bend State Park. I just can’t get over how beautiful the scenery was! Check out all of the photos from the series.
I hope you aren’t getting tired of seeing the fall leaves from our hike at Weston Bend State Park this weekend. They may all have the same brilliant colors, but each photo is so different I just couldn’t narrow them down. Just a couple more days, I promise. And if you missed the other posts, here they are.
Here is another photo from the gorgeous Weston Bend State Park. For more info about the hike & a couple more photos, see yesterday’s blog post.
This weekend I went with a few friends on one of the most breathtaking hikes I’ve experienced locally – at Weston Bend State Park in Weston, Mo. My friends Julie, Mandy, and myself all brought our cameras (all three of us are bloggers), and we turned it into a photo walk. Five miles of crisp air, fall leaves, and great conversation was definitely the highlight of my weekend. I’ll be sharing a few of my photos over the next few days. Be sure to check out their blogs too!
Long story short, but we had mice in our shed. As much as I don’t want mice living in my space, I couldn’t help but think this baby was pretty cute. He or she was also very tame, having been born in the shed, I assume. I think we got rid of them all – humanely, of course. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
The first beautiful leaf fallen from our maple tree (taken before the tree turned a brilliant yellow).