Project 365 | Week 40


New Skirt, New Journal

Hippie teacher, hippie leather journal.


One Sock McGee in the Corn House

Pure excitement in the corn house, can’t get more country than that.


Hay Barn

Hay is for horses, hey is for backpack buddies.


Boys will be Boys

Just some ninjas that I know.


THREE SNOW CONES in and we still can’t smile for the camera.


Happy Halloween

Someone at the farm can spray paint.



Vampire face, smiley face, fish face.  Which do you prefer?


Cover of Halloween Times

After a long day at the pumpkin patch, it’s time for you and this awkward pumpkin to take a nap.

Pumpkin Heads

The pumpkins were imported from Virginia.  They had tags.

18 thoughts on “Project 365 | Week 40

    • Cassie says:

      It’s amazing. It was expensive but I got it from bibliographia on etsy! They have some awesome leather journals. The skirt was a great five dollar find yay!

      • Cassie says:

        Haha I have like a million. I’m like a hoarder of journals because when I find one I like I always buy three or four incase the store stops selling them. I probably have a problem, sounds like you do too :)

      • Brianna Soloski says:

        I totally have a problem. None of my journals are the same either. I’ve been keeping a journal off and on since high school. Every single one is different and some of them start and stop with years in between because I get bored and buy a new one.

    • Cassie says:

      Haha I felt like it was something I needed to share. I wish I picked them right off he vine, Cinderella style. :) thanks for the compliments. I felt like a stylish teacher that morning! It was parent teacher conference day too!

      • RebeccaScaglione says:

        Totally worthy of being shared! It’s a funny fact that I would have picked up on as well! I’ve never picked a pumpkin off the vine, only from patches like that.

        And good outfit for conference day!

      • Cassie says:

        My nephew goes on a field trip and he gets to pick gourds from the vine – it’s pretty wonderful.

        And thank you dear! I thought it was comfortable, yet professional. :)

  1. bea says:

    It looks like you all had a great time at the farm. I love the picture of Jack and the straw, and also the Jack and the pumpkin pic. Of course the hippie teacher/skirt pic is a good one, and I love the skirt!
    I shared the site with your Uncle, and who knows, maybe he will take the time to read it sometime. I recommended the blog about banned books that you had up last week. Let me know if you here from him.

  2. Let's CUT the Crap! says:

    Awesome skirt. I also collect journals but sometimes can’t allow myself to write in them because my handwriting has turned to chicken scratch–they’re much too pretty for that.

    Looks like a great day at the farm!

    • Cassie says:

      Thank you, dear! I do the same thing! I will quit writing in one when I think my handwriting gets too bad, especially if it’s an old, lovely one.

      It was a great day – any day with my nephew, I love!


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