The Nadalet Family

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Thursday, October 9, 2008

Yucaipa Pumpkin Patch

On Saturday evening, after my very long day of class, Matt and I went to the pumpkin patch. It was nice to get out and enjoy each other's company. Plus, I am a huge fan of fall, so it was great to see some fallish things, plus I had a pumpkin spice latte that morning. I am also enjoying wearing sweaters and fall outfits. Oh how comfy! We didn't get any pumpkins, they are just too expensive, but we did get some cute fall decor. I found a little scarecrow thing (25% off) and a little basket-esque thing and leaves. Matt actually liked my finds, and they were all in the bargain bin. I did not expect to buy anything, because those places are usually so pricey, but I left with 3 new things for only $3.99. I wanted new decor because I opened up my fall basket and realized my "decorations" consisted of 3 things: a basket (red lining with embroidered leaves), a door hanger (happy harvest) and a little scarecrow guy for my desk at work. I had been so excited to get out the decorations, so I was a little depressed when I saw what they were! haha Now I just need to remember to go to CVS after the "fall rush" and get their stuff for really cheap! Next year, I will be prepared! Enjoy some pictures of our evening at the Pumpkin patch:

Matt and his new bluetooth!





Pumpkins or Christmas Trees? I was confused!


4 comments:

Emily said...

That looks like a lot of fun! I can't imagine pumpkins being expensive, but at the same time I can believe those places will mark up like crazy.

I'm so bummed I didn't get to hang out and Matt did. :( Life is just not fair sometimes.

Dawn said...

looks like you had a great time...maybe TOO good... :)

William and Jessica said...

Cute pictures! William & I totally did this last year & are trying to work it into this month somehow. It's so fun, even if you don't have kids. We bought pumpkins last year but didn't have time to carve them. We'll see about this year!

Megan said...

haha yes it was a lot of fun! We are planning on buying pumpkins from the Trader Joes pumpkin patch, where they cost about $4. Although we did get some free ride tickets (wooo Bakers Coupon book!)

Last year we carved a pumpkin to look like my dad's face. This year we are planning on carving again and having a byop (bring your own pumpkin) carving party. Let me know if you wanna come!