Wordless Wednesday: Sonoma County Harvest Fair

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday!
I’m sorry I missed last week! I am between internet providers (and kind of having a hard time, honestly. It happens.) and utilizing the computer-free time at home to tackle some projects and prepare for the impending entourage of birthdays coming; this Wednesday, my oldest son turns 11, two weeks before my middle son turns 9, exactly a month before my youngest son turns 1! It gives a light at the end of the tunnel for September, which is probably always going to be hard for me. 

I used a new collage maker this time & didn’t realize it would only let you embed html, not save the photo when you are through… but oh well! We had a great time at the fair- check out http://www.harvestfair.org/ for more information (I’m trying to keep this as wordless as possible) on the local harvest in the Wine Country- I LOVE where I live! ♥

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  1. Looks like so much fun! This is one thing that my husband and I had talked about doing after his transplant. Hugs about your dad. I lost my dad 18 years ago. Its helped me help my kids through all this, just wish I didn't have to. I'd love to do a promo post or guest post. Email me at everydaymorning@gmail.com with more info.


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