Fall is probably my favorite time of year. Until winter rolls around, that is. I love the crisp smell in the air, the chilly (but not cold) days, the changing of the leaves, and the common sightings of combines and tractors combing the fields. It's a common site for southern Minnesota, but one I never seem to tire of.


Preggo...not spaghetti

My baby sister is about four months pregnant in these photos. She's since popped (as they say) and now resembles a small house. Just joking, she has a cute little belly!!
I can't wait to meet my new niece or nephew (I am leaning more toward nephew) and spoil the crap out of her/him. Until that day in January (ha, or December!) rolls around, I'll continue to track her progress. What can I say, she's one of my favorite models anyway!


and two become one

For the record, I throughly enjoy outdoor weddings. There is something to be said for the simple, majestic backdrop of nature. Sure, throwing caution to the wind and letting the majority of your wedding day lie in the hands of the weather gods may not be the ideal situation for some couples, but I have to say...it's worth it.

Matt and Sammy quite possibly had the most perfect day. It was bright and sunny in the morning, cloudy and dramatic during the ceremony and it only started to rain as the last guests got into their cars. Simply perfect.