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Happy weekend, guys!! I am super excited to share some new Friday Finds with you! It's a bit of a mix, as we all seem to be anticipating Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas all at once now. Though I'm trying my hardest to live in the moment with pumpkins and autumn decor. I know after Halloween, everyone will be all about Christmas, but we should slow down and enjoy the harvest decor up to Thanksgiving, don't you think? As always, there are a few printables in the mix for last-minute decor, as well as some products for my fellow wine lovers, and some more awesome discounts that were created just for you Friday Finds readers!! 🙂🍂 So you know the drill, grab a cup of coffee and sit down for a break, so you can relax and browse these amazing shops.


First let's kick things off with this week's featured candle. I just have to feature a candle each week. It's the perfect season to cozy up with a good book and flickering candle light. A scented candle is also th…

Travel Diaries: The Fourth In Frederick


I love living in Frederick, MD. There are endless festivals and activities for every holiday, including Independence Day. We took the family to the park downtown for Frederick's 4th. According to Celebrate Frederick, the event attracts over 70,000 people. It sure felt that way when we were trying to find a parking spot! That's Frederick though--too many people and tons of traffic. But it is totally worth it!

The festivities; including live bands, food, moon bounces, pony rides, boat rides and more, began at noon. The fireworks were scheduled for 9:30 p.m. so we figured we'd show up early then go home for dinner and come back for fireworks. This was our first time going, so I didn't realize just how much fun and food there would be. Thousands of people camped out all day, complete with their own makeshift gazebos, lawn chairs and grills. They knew what they were doing!

My biggest mistake was showing up after lunch. There was so much delicious carnival food there. If only I'd arrived with an empty stomach! That didn't deter me from trying to stuff my face...lemonade, snowcones, old-fashioned soda, corndogs, soul food, turkey legs, funnel cake! They had everything.
 


In the lake across from the main park, they were offering kayak, canoe and paddle boat rides. You paid, grabbed your boat and rode as long as you liked.


Aside from all of the events they had just for the fourth, Baker Park is home to a beautiful community pool and a large playground.


As if it weren;t kid-friendly enough, they also had a Kid Zone--a massive Kid Zone; with moon bounces, pony rides, a petting zoo, an art center, a giant rocking chair for taking family photos on, remote-control car races, and more.


It's a fun and affordable place to take the kids for the Fourth. The inflatable moon bounces, rides, petting zoo, and pony rides are all free.


We came back at night for the fireworks. It was pouring so unfortunately I didn't get photos of that, but I can tell you it was absolutely gorgeous and the kids loved it!


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  1. And the kids obviously had fun!

    It looked really busy!

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  2. The girls had a blast!:) And yeah, it was insanely busy!

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  3. This is how memories are made. I wish our town put on something like this.

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