Saturday, September 27, 2008

I know this is a week late, but hey, we've been rather busy...not that I'm making excuses, mind you...just coming up with reasons for why it's so late. :) Anyhoo, we went to the apple orchard last Friday and had a good ole' time together, and I thought y'all might want to see just a few pictures. Oh, and William and Emma were practicing their ballroom dancing, so there are a couple photos from that too. :) comment...

"May I have this dance, please?" How could anybody say no? ;)

Dance, dance, yeah!

William demonstrating how a girl should curtsy.

Do you see what I see?

No colored dyes, no added sugar...100% all natural...get Honest Kids.

Cinderella and her almost carriage pumpkin!

Hey look! It's Jerry Gourd and Jimmy Gourd!

He's an old cowhand a' leanin' on a giant pumpkin...

Aren't they absolutely adorable?!?!

Check out William's face...

Dad and his shiny apple

Snow White's apple...want a bite?

Fresh apples, and a spankin' bright red Radio Flyer wagon...this could be your children too...just click here to make your order for one today... ;)

Oh, just take a look at those healthy children...eating fresh apples right off the tree...*gasp* but what's that in the background???

Mom is eating potato chips!!! tsk...tsk...but, looking on the bright side, they are all natural...:)

"Oh!!! Y'all weigh a ton!!!"

Reminiscent of Signs, eh?

Homeschoolin' in the orchard.'s amazing what those Honest Kids drinks will make you do...


  1. Anonymous6:53 PM

    Sounds like lots of fun! I have never hear of that kind of drink before! I can imagine what MY 6 siblings would be like in an apple orcahrd!:^)

    Elizabeth R.

  2. Hi, Tiffany! I'm thrilled to visit your blog, as I'm a fan of your mother's and have heard endlessly about you. Your blog is beautiful! :)

    I actually have a sort of random question: your mom mentioned that you and your sisters used to love the American Girl doll/book series, and this series was a very dear love of mine as a child, too. She also said you told her that you found a few of the books to have feminist leanings. Would you mind sharing which ones, or at least which girl's books they were? I'm quite curious, and it's been a long while since I've read them. If you'd prefer, you can email me at Thanks!


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