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19

Oct

The outdoor market was bustling with local vendors; there was everything from adult snowcones to handcrafted jewelry. Theo, however, went straight for the pumpkins. “We haven’t carved one yet this year,” he said with a grin. “I think today should be the day.”

The outdoor market was bustling with local vendors; there was everything from adult snowcones to handcrafted jewelry. Theo, however, went straight for the pumpkins. “We haven’t carved one yet this year,” he said with a grin. “I think today should be the day.”

09

Oct

Liam and I lay in the hammock and enjoyed the nice weather as the sun went down and it got increasingly cooler. “It’s getting chilly but I don’t want to let this moment end,” he said and hugged me tighter. 

Liam and I lay in the hammock and enjoyed the nice weather as the sun went down and it got increasingly cooler. “It’s getting chilly but I don’t want to let this moment end,” he said and hugged me tighter. 

08

Oct

Logan came home triumphant. “I made it to the bakery before the ran out of all the potato doughnuts,” he said with a grin. 

Logan came home triumphant. “I made it to the bakery before the ran out of all the potato doughnuts,” he said with a grin. 

06

Oct

As the wood stove crackled into action Gabriel poured the hot chocolate. “I can’t believe how chilly it’s gotten,” he said. “Good thing we have each other to keep cozy.”

As the wood stove crackled into action Gabriel poured the hot chocolate. “I can’t believe how chilly it’s gotten,” he said. “Good thing we have each other to keep cozy.”

20

Sep

Theo and I had just finished our weekly route through our favorite farmer’s market when he stopped at the last booth and bought some flowers. “Here’s something extra for you,” he smiled. “I couldn’t resist.”

Theo and I had just finished our weekly route through our favorite farmer’s market when he stopped at the last booth and bought some flowers. “Here’s something extra for you,” he smiled. “I couldn’t resist.”

10

Sep

Although it wasn’t even 7:00, the heavy clouds and impending rainstorm made it look like it was much later. Mitchell and I rushed from the car to the house. “We’re not going to get anything done tonight,” Mitchell said. “This is cuddle weather.” 

Although it wasn’t even 7:00, the heavy clouds and impending rainstorm made it look like it was much later. Mitchell and I rushed from the car to the house. “We’re not going to get anything done tonight,” Mitchell said. “This is cuddle weather.” 

01

Sep

I rolled over in the sunlight peeking through the curtains and was shocked by how late I’d slept. “I didn’t want to wake you,” Noah, who had been quietly reading next to me, said. “But now that you’re awake, why don’t I make us breakfast?”

I rolled over in the sunlight peeking through the curtains and was shocked by how late I’d slept. “I didn’t want to wake you,” Noah, who had been quietly reading next to me, said. “But now that you’re awake, why don’t I make us breakfast?”

30

Aug

As the sun started to go down and the sand cooled, I asked Daniel if he was ready to go back to the beach house. “I guess,” he said sadly. “I just don’t want to admit summer is coming to an end. We’ve had such an amazing time.”

As the sun started to go down and the sand cooled, I asked Daniel if he was ready to go back to the beach house. “I guess,” he said sadly. “I just don’t want to admit summer is coming to an end. We’ve had such an amazing time.”

28

Aug

"Let’s start the weekend off right," Chris said. "I’m going to take tomorrow off, so what do you think about a long weekend up at the lake?" 

"Let’s start the weekend off right," Chris said. "I’m going to take tomorrow off, so what do you think about a long weekend up at the lake?" 

20

Aug

Theo and I walked hand-in-hand down the street, enjoying the unusually cool morning. Theo breathed deeply. “I just got a whiff of fall,” he said. 

Theo and I walked hand-in-hand down the street, enjoying the unusually cool morning. Theo breathed deeply. “I just got a whiff of fall,” he said.