Good Vibrations Gratitude Friday #38

It’s Friday! You know what that means. Time for some good vibrations gratitude.

This week I am starting something new.

I am inviting you join me on Good Vibration Gratitude Fridays!

Exciting, right?

You are probably wondering how you get in on the action.

It’s easy! If you are grateful for something, please either comment below or share a pic of what you are grateful for on Instagram with the hashtag #goodvibrationsgratitude

Also feel free to follow me on Instragram at @kerrymckim

If this post seems wonky, I am posting from my phone. I will fix any formatting errors within a couple of days.

Here are 5 things I am grateful for this week.

1. World Series Baby! 2 and 0!

2. Carters/OshKosh Event.

A good friend of mine blogs for Macaroni Kid Albany and they hosted an event at the local Carter’s/OshKosh and hour before they open and they had special deals. I almost missed the event because I had trouble getting myself out of bed.

When arriving you were given a 25% coupon and you were entered into a raffle.

It must have been my lucky day because I won a $100 gift card. After the gift card, I got all of this for $50! (There was also a necklace not in the picture that my daughter suckered me into buying)

Princess Time

It’s always great to see a Princess.

3. Sunday Funday Run and Playground Time.

5. More Princess Time.

What are you grateful for this week?

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Fall Fun 2018: Liberty Ridge Farm

Last Friday I got the chance to spend the day at Liberty Ridge Farm in Schaghticoke, NY.

My daughter’s Pre-K class was having a field trip there. We were lucky to have beautiful weather.

Best selfie ever.

Lots of playtime.

This gal here taught my daughter not to put her fingers inside the fence.

Waiting for the pig races.

GO HOGZILLA!!!

Or were we cheering for “Pork chop”…?

I had planned to stop at Mr. Subb in the morning. I thought it opened at 9 am but it turned out it opened at 9:30 and that was too late.

I was (and still am) sick so I needed a tea. We stopped at Starbucks and I let her pick out a box lunch. Of course I ended up being an expensive lunch. But my daughter enjoyed her lunch so I guess that is all that matters. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

I wasn’t trying to be boujee. I promise.

The corn house was a hit.

So much that some of the corn made it home.

Fun with her best friend.

And at the end of a day, we got a pumpkin. Actually children and parents each got one but my daughter claimed both.

It was a great day.