Check out this cool new product from Tazo! It’s a latte in a carton that you mix with milk! I tossed in some ice cubes but I think you can also have it hot if that’s your thang. I was worried if the turmeric was going to be overpowering but it’s not! This tastes milder than a chai drink (which I do NOT like) and easier to prepare than even tea or coffee! Win!
I got this set of 6 bath bombs from Amazon and for the relatively small size, I’m impressed with the fizz, color payoff and scent of these! I really like how they come with a mini brochure to know which ones smell like what!
I got this beauty at the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival. It’s a waxed rose that’s been painted and glittered. The vendor said it should last past 10 yrs but after just one week, the stem snapped. I have it laying on its side now so the petals are eventually going to be crushed too…Oh well. I’ll always have this picture though!
Two weeks ago, my work hosted this fancy event at the new location where we’re eventually moving to. I just had to take a picture of this Liquid Nitrogen dessert bar. You pick a fruit or marshmallow dipper, then you can pick one or two dips and they flash freeze it for you! The other side of this had a mini doughnut tray and they were made RIGHT THERE. So fresh and so tiny and so crunchy…I had 3 in a row before I realized how thick they were! I’m not even a big doughnut fan but there ya go, these were hella good.
Daphne’s first pumpkin at Schramm’s Farm! It was like 85 degrees that day on the last week of September!
This was Daphne’s 4th pumpkin from the Solon Fall Festival, which was the coolest thing ever! Many Solon businesses sponsored the activities so it was FREE! Corn box? Free! Giant inflatable slide? Free! Pumpkin? Free! Petting zoo? Free! Hayride? Free!
The best part? Axe throwing!!! I got a score of 16 for doing this my very first time! My sister on the left got 2 points. Now I know that height has nothing to do with it ;). Thanks, aXetreme Sports!
We finally got this child a real toddler bed so we moved the teepee back to its spot in the solarium. My mom gave her a tiny Adirondack chair and now she is queen of the solarium! All hail! Perks of having the tiniest child–she still fits in the Ohio State onesie (thanks, Cindy!) from last year!