Being that it’s Autumn and the Halloween season is among us, I decided to take a little drive this past Saturday and go to a pumpkin patch to pick up a few pumpkins to carve 🎃 I picked the best day to go because not only was it beautiful and not scorching hot outside, but I ended up going on one of the weekends that they were hosting this cute little Fall Festival/Spooktacular! 👻 I spent way more time out there than I planned to and I regret not one second of it 😂 The food and desserts were amazing 😋I definitely took some to go lol, the DJ was on point, and I found 3 perfect pumpkins that are all lowkey half my height lmao. I even almost dozed off in a pile of leaves I jumped in 🍂 I’ve always wanted to do that so I was super hype when I found out I could 😊 Anyway, it was a beautiful, fun, and peaceful way to spend a Saturday 😌 How was everyone’s weekend?
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” -John Burroughs
Meet Steve Rogers, the Deputy Director of the Pawnee Parks and Recreation Department. He throws himself into each and every project with an unmatched passion, always ready to serve the people of Pawnee, and he drags the rest of the Parks and Rec staff along with him. In the midst of running a children’s concert series, operating the city’s parks, fending off the shockingly aggressive raccoon population, and dealing with the passionate citizens of Pawnee, Steve has one overarching goal, a project that will be the beginning of a prestigious political career: turning Municipal Lot 48 into a beautiful park.
As a result of the City Council’s incompetence and mismanagement, the governor dispatches a team of state auditors from Indianapolis, throwing a wrench into Steve’s grand plan. Sam Wilson is gregarious and unfailingly positive, while his partner, Peggy Carter, is prickly and inflexible. Steve tries to protect his city and his department from the budget cut machete, but the City Council’s damage is too severe. The government shuts down, but Steve is bound and determined to fix it. He is known around City Hall as the “Man With a Plan”, after all. (He is alternatively known as “that tall blond pain in the ass”, but he prefers the first one.)
Steve rallies the Parks and Rec team (plus a few other friends), and together, they bring back the Harvest Festival, an old Pawnee tradition. Steve finds himself in the midst of an uphill battle–fighting a brutal flu, bad publicity, lack of resources, the threat of losing their department entirely, a curse, an evil librarian, and a burgeoning crush on a colleague–all in the name of providing a service to the town he loves so much.
Featuring: Nick Fury as Director of P&R, Natasha Romanoff as his assistant, Clint Barton as the shoeshine guy, Thor Odinson as the office manager, Tony Stark as Steve’s assistant and department scheduler, Bruce Banner as the office accountant, and James “Bucky” Barnes as Steve’s best friend and nurse extraordinaire.