Thursday, September 2, 2010

Summing Up Summer

Summer isn't technically over yet, but I'm starting to get sick of the heat and I'm preparing to go back to work (with a new top secret assignment, but more on that another day). There are no more upcoming vacations to be enjoyed, we're preparing for our Labor Day BBQ, the last of the season and I am eagerly anticipating the upcoming Fall and Winter festivities and their respective wardrobes. It's been a difficult summer since my mom's been sick but its also been a wonderful summer. I've loved staying home with Isabella. Here are some highlights that sum up my summer.

Lots and lots of pool time
Country Fair
Petting zoo
I made time for a few girls night's out
Sesame Place

Pretty party dresses

Dinners out sans baby
Getting some rays

First time at the ocean

It's been a fantastic summer and I'm sad to see it go but am also excited to start back at work and for Halloween and cool weather and Fall clothes! Thanks for sharing in this summer with me.

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Heather said...

I enjoyed your summer recap. Looks like you had a great time. You have inspired me to do mine. One day.
Have a good one!

Stephanie said...

Awwww!!! She looks so cute in all the pictures! Did she like the beach? Next summer she is going to be so big!!!!

Lindsey Brackett said...

Glad you enjoyed your summer and are able to look forward to going back to work. I love fall, but have hated trying to balance all this and more. You look like you're doing a good job--especially finding time for the husband among all your summer fun. Have a great weekend and I can't wait to be your Labor Day featured blogger! Thanks!

Shelley said...

What a wonderful summer of fun stuff!! I am your newest follower. I hope you can follow me back at

Tarunita said...

Great summer stuff! I envy you for having such great fun. I wish I could enjoy myself like this next summers :)
I am your newest follower.
Looking forward to read more from you.

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