Wow! The Fall has flown by and I’ve been remiss at sharing what I’ve been up two over the past few weeks. Our family thoroughly enjoyed Halloween and Thanksgiving and everything in between. The beautiful Bluegrass weather has been many outdoor festivities possible! Here’s a photo recap of our last several weeks!
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How is it that Labor Day has come and gone? While we may technically still have a few weeks left, in my mind, summer has concluded. It has been a busy end of the season for my family. Here’s what we’ve been up to:
Celebrating nine years of marriage
Starting Kindergarten (with no tears by either of us!)
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We are already busy planning for the Derby at our house!
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Running around downtown is one of my favorite things…
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In the bluegrass, spring style means being ready for Keeneland. The April meet (which runs April 8-29) is the perfect opportunity to break out your sundresses, if the weather allows. I’m not a huge fan of strapless dresses, especially this early in the season. I am crazy over cute, sweet shirt dresses like the one above, as a more modest alternative. The navy stripes on this Kate Spade design are simply adorable.
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Bluegrass THREADS is thrilled to be celebrating 5 years! Five years feels momentous—we’ve made it!
This blog has been a source of personal inspiration and growth during the first five years of my son’s life, the loss of my father, job transitions, big moves and many of the other changes (good and bad) over this half decade.
image by Desarae Anderson Photography
To celebrate and commemorate this milestone, I want to highlight these top 5s—the most read and shared stories of the past 5 years:
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Easter has always been a favorite holiday of mine. I have enjoyed the soft and feminine pastel colors since I was a little girl. Plus, it was the first big holiday after the rush of Christmas (and following a dark and gloomy winter) to bring family back together.
I was thrilled to be able to share so many fun holiday traditions with my five year old this year. Here’s a little recap of our Easter weekend:
Saturday morning was lovely for egg hunting, even if it was a bit chilly in the shade. Some coats for the three of us made for a nice morning outside.
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Wishing you and your family a very happy Easter! We are excited to egg hunt, decorate eggs and spend time together.
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