Hurrah For The Weekend!
What’s in store for your Saturday morning? It’s a gorgeous Saturday morning here. The sun is shining and today’s temperatures are perfect. So I’m headed out to our local farmer’s market and a brunch with my hubby.
Game Time Inside Exactech Arena at the O’Connell Center
Saturday afternoon and Florida Gator basketball in the Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center on the campus at the University of Florida.
It was an extraordinary fun treat for the entire family.
I always love watching our Florida Gators play.
The newly renovated center is amazing!
Happy Thanksgiving Friends
Thanksgiving week has begun. Time for planning, prepping and travel.
It’s also time for reflection and most important gratitude, Thanksgiving.
I would like to take a moment and express my gratitude for each and every one of you. Family and friends, old and new. I’m truly blessed to have you all in my life.
The Fall Orchid Show at
Kanapaha Botanical Gardens
Mid-October and it’s time to visit the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens for Gainesville’s Orchid Society‘s show and plant sale. This event is always a treat!
A Perfect Morning For A Car Show
On Saturday the City of Alachua held it’s first Annual Car Show.
This is the first year for the City of Alachua to host a fall car show.
Last Saturday was one of those magnificent fall mornings. It was sunny and bright with a slight nip of fall in the air.
We decided it was a good day to take the boys on a little excursion. Jake and Rex love to go to festivals and car shows. They especially love all the attention they get from the passers by.
The World’s Largest Occupied Bat House
Halloween is coming soon. Are you feeling a little batty? Not to worry, I’ve got just the outing for you.
How about a trip to the Bat House and Barn?
Did you know that the University of Florida is home to the World’s Largest Occupied Bat Houses?
Great Reads For Fall
Are you looking for a good book to read this fall?
I’ve got two fantastic suggestions for you.
Our neighborhood book club recently held our October meeting.
The book that we were reviewing for the month is “State of Wonder” by Ann Pachett.