Hi Everyone! I hope you all had a great week + are enjoying this beautiful Fall weekend — I know that I am! My sister + I were in NYC yesterday for BeautyCon [so fun – recap coming soon], and we have some pumpkin painting on our agenda this afternoon! I love Fall 🙂
Any-who, I’m happy to be back for week 5 of my #WIWTW series. I love that my readers are enjoying it as much as I am!
…Let’s bring it back to Monday — I hope you like! 🙂
I can’t believe it’s already week 3 of my #WIWTW series! I’m having so much fun with these posts – thank you all for the kind comments + wonderful feedback! 🙂
Alright, time to bring it back to the beginning of last week! It was an interesting one for sure – we had temps ranging from the 40’s to the 80’s… and there were a couple of mornings I was running late. Let me know if you can tell which ones, LOL. Hope you enjoy! –>
I love nothing more than spending time with my family. I enjoy doing anything with them, but taking our annual summer vacation is my very favorite. This summer, we abandoned our beloved Jersey Shore for a week in Cape Cod.
While nothing will ever compare to the nostalgic Jersey beach towns, we thoroughly enjoyed our time in the Cape! Each place we visited was as adorable as the one before; but there was one location in particular that I could not get over — Skaket Beach.
We visited this bay beach three times during the week – twice during the day, and once at sunset. The water was warm, the views were incredible, and once the tide rolled out – you could walk for what felt like miles (which we did). I brought my phone along to snap some photos — I had one too many to Insta, so I I figured I’d share them here…
I had such a busy weekend, but I got to do do two of my favorite things – spend some time with my family at my sisters UCONN family weekend & go to the Big E 🙂
I hope you enjoy this ‘mostly-pictures’ post…
The next day, Mike & I went to the Big E! My favorite fair of the year! We spent all day shopping, playing, and of course, eating.
Obviously, I had my list of foods that I wanted to try [some of which are kind of hard to find – so for those that I remember, I’ll be sure to name where I found them! 🙂 ]…
Not pictured: Mike’s pumpkin beer – served with a cinnamon/sugar rim [New England Craft Beer Pub – $7]. Mike’s lobster roll – he only likes hot & buttered ones, the state houses are all cold or lobster salad [International Lobster House -$13.75], Corn Dog – our first stop every year! [a corn dog spot right next to the smoked turkey legs!]
And I THINK that’s it for food…
I will keep this little donut forever. We couldn’t stop laughing about it. Over all – a super successful Big E Trip! And as a bonus – we took a different route & had ZERO traffic coming in or out ;). I already want to go back! 🙁