a recap of our week!

Well, it's been over a week since I've blogged. Oops. But we have been busy busy bees over here in Big Sky Country. Friday we began to move into our new place! We're very excited and each day it is starting to feel more like a home.
We're slowly but surely getting everything set up. We still have a lot of stuff we need to buy, but we're trying to just get the necessities first. We also have a ton of projects we want to start working on. We're planning on building a coffee table, end tables, and some shelves out of pallets! I'm really excited about that so I'll definitely be posting updates once we begin those projects.

Saturdays downtown they have a farmer's market. I didn't think it would be huge, but I wanted to head down there and get some fresh fruits and veggies to have in the house! But when we got there it was much bigger than I expected. There were so many vendors and so many cool things. But there wasn't too many fruit and veggie stands, which kind of bummed me out. We got indian fry bread though, and bought some applebutter. Which is delicious! I had an awesome time just walking around with my man enjoying the weather and the culture!
I don't really have much else. I promise I'll get back into the swing of things as soon as we're settled! 

What have you been up to?

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  1. Congrats on the new place! How exciting. And even more exciting that you're celebrating with some apple butter. :) The best!

  2. Congratulations on the place! And I can't wait to see the tutorials on making your own tables!

  3. Congratulations!! That's so very exciting (my bf and I have just started talking about saving for a home for next year. Fingers crossed!). I love farmer's markets so very much--one of my favorite weekend activities for sure :) Have a great weekend!

  4. What an adorable house! You're going to have so much fun decorating and making things to make it a home. :-) That to me is the best part of being a home owner. Congrats girl!

    I try to support our local farmers here on Tuesdays and Saturdays. That would bum me out to discover that there weren't that many fruit/veggie vendors. Sounds more like a flea market. Though I find those to be fun. So many interesting things to look at!