Jim and I:
Kim and I:
Nikki and I:
Nicole and I:
Jim and I celebrated our three year wedding anniversary. My mother-in-law was gracious enough to keep Madison for the day and Jim took off of work. We spent the morning with our peanut, and then headed out to tour two local wineries. We had a great day just the two of us and came home to have dinner with our amazing little girl. We are truely so blessed.
Jim and I tasting wine:
Tasting Wine at the Moon Dancer Winery:
View of the Susquehanna behind us:
I also started running three weeks ago, this week was my fourth week of running. I've taken it really slow only running every other day and stopping if anything didn't feel right. In the past I've taken up running and end up stopping one week into it because I push myself too far. Last night I ran my farthest distance, 3.78 miles. I could have kept going, except it was late (9pm) and I had to pee. My bladder isn't quite what it used to be, so I felt it necessary to stop. Jim got me an MP3 player for our anniversary and it gave me such motivation to keep running. I thought I was going to enter a 5K (3.1 miles) on Thanksgiving day. However, I have since dedided that I will be entering the 10K (6.2 miles). I have just about two months to train to get there, I honestly will just be happy if I can complete the entire 6 miles.
In Madison news, she is really turning into such a little person, it makes me sad that she is growing up so much. She is a sponge these days, mimicing us, repeating words and just being plain funny. Back around her birthday, Madison got this skirt, and the rest of the outfit from her Auntie Vicki.
Well I put it on and she just twirled around holding onto her skirt.It was the cutest thing ever. I took her to the dance studio with me until Jim could pick her up, and she knew she fit in with all the ballerinas. It was adorable. Again, can I mentioned how blessed we are.
The weather is getting cooler, so I think fall is around the corner which I am happy and not happy about. I truely love summer and I am said for it to end. We had a great summer and next year I am sure it will only be better...
Until Next Time...