A Weekend in August

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August was lovely to us. We had some cooler weather, which made me feel ready for fall and was a great little surprise. I don't know if you've caught on to this, but the weekends mean a lot to me. I think when you work a full-time job, you need to enjoy every bit of your weekends. We ate ice cream, spent time outside, went canoeing, went out for breakfast, put together a new bookcase for our DVD collection, discovered Tyler State Park, hit up the small farmer's market and thrift/antique stores in our little town, and laughed. Laughing might be my favorite part (but breakfast is a close second.) How have you been enjoying your weekends?

Photos: Sidewalk record shopping. / Inside a local collectables/junk shop. / Tim staining wood for our new bookcase. / Foam brush. / More staining. / Me watching Tim stain. / Donut peaches from the Farmer's Market. / Tyler State Park. / Relaxing after our long walk. / Rock sitting in my new Stay Home Club T-Shirt.

Weekend Fun From June

The weekend before the Fourth of July, Tim and I spent the day down the shore. It was kind of a whim of a decision; we didn't have anything planned for the weekend, we hadn't been on the beach yet, we wanted to get outside. Because of issues with my new car, we decided to stay at a friend's shore house and once we pulled into North Wildwood, we found out there was an Italian American Festival going on that weekend. Tim and I were immediately thrilled. Italian sausage, zeppole, cheap beer, street food, oldies music, and even a meatball relay (did you know that was a real thing?)

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Just another happy Saturday in North Wildwood with two of my favorite people.