Andy bought a coconut to drink.
The final, in-my-possession dress.
Those dough balls are full of graham cracker, marshmallows, and chocolate chips. When you can't build a fire, use an oven.
I made Andy turn around and go the opposite direction so we could stop for these geese crossing the road. I love animals that don't belong on city streets.
Somebody built a little village at the foot of this tree. There's a pumpkin house and tiny people and animals.
Taking exercise and kicking the ol' rugby ball around. Then we went to the grocery store and ran into an old friend I played rugby with in college! Way to tie it all together, universe.
Lowe's Parking Lot
That dog is driving! Okay, the car is parked so he's not driving, but I imagine he would be pretty good at it if he was.
Find the cat! I wouldn't mind that perch either.
A little bit more wedding stuff: guest book stars. Wait for it.
Breaking in baby's toys. Aquatic-themed finger puppets are clearly my favorite.
Watermelon wall art.
Andy and I (well, Tom too before he got a flat tire) went for a bike ride to a little town he used to live in. These flowers probably weren't there when he was a boy, but they are some of the wackiest I have ever seen! Like giant tickle sticks.
Sam and Meg got married and there were crabs to pick and a roasted pig with an apple in its mouth. I picked crabs for others to enjoy the meat and Andy took a bite of the pig's apple. Sickening.
Sister's baby shower provided gems like this.
Big storms = power outage at home and at closest grocery store = out to dinner = spotting this awesome license plate.
Power still out and really we probably would have gone out to dinner anyway because Mom was in town and this was her last night. Yes, this is my plate. That is a real veggie burger with real bacon on top. Also, our power came back when we got home that evening.
Celebrating Kevin and Cowan's birthdays at potluck.