Month: September 2012

Snapshots

 {colorful indian corn} This has been one of those weeks that started off being simple and ended being crazy and stressful (more about that to come). My weekend will be filled with plenty of fall activities such as a trip to the cider mill… Continue Reading “Snapshots”

A View From The Porch

Earlier in the year I took a trip to Louisiana. It was my first time in the south and immediately I fell in love with the nostalgic towns featuring cobblestone sidewalks, monogrammed gates and elaborate porches. The porches were like nothing I had ever… Continue Reading “A View From The Porch”

20 ways to spend an autumn day

1. Visit a cider mill and enjoy cider and donuts2. Make a batch of your favorite cookies3. Take pictures in the leaves4. Make caramel apples5. Tailgate at a football game6. Buy a fabulous new sweater7. Make caramel corn8. Build a scarecrow9. Bake a pie10.… Continue Reading “20 ways to spend an autumn day”

Apple Cider Caramels

To me it’s not fall until you are sitting outside on a cool crisp day enjoying a glass of freshly pressed apple cider, along with a cinnamon and sugared donut, basking in the aroma of the cider mill. This weekend I brought the aroma… Continue Reading “Apple Cider Caramels”

Pressed Perfection

There are some classic elements that many Michiganders look forward to when it comes to fall. Cool crisp air, a gorgeous foliage color display, picking pumpkins and apples and of course visiting a cider mill for donuts and cider. Ever since I could walk… Continue Reading “Pressed Perfection”