Sunday, October 12, 2014

CELEBRATE AUTUMN!

While the lazy days of summer are behind us, I enjoy celebrating the riches of the new arriving Fall season. I like to make an Autumn Bucket List to make sure I live in the moment and enjoy what this new season brings.





















So here's my list:

1) Make apple crisp and apple pie with my favorite Haralson apples.
2) Go to the Farmer's Market and pick out some squash, bittersweet, and other seasonal goodies.
3) Take the grandchildren to the apple orchard and enjoy a wagon ride while picking apples off the trees.
4) Decorate with pumpkins. I like the blue and white ones!
5) Take a ride and enjoy the Fall colors.
6) Go for a walk in the crisp Fall air while kicking up the leaves.
7) Make my Grandmother's famous bread and butter pickles.
8) Buy a bouquet of Gladiolas.
9) Take the grandkids to a corn maze.
10) Enjoy a fire in the fire pit on a cool Fall evening.

What's on your Fall Bucket List?

9 comments:

  1. Hi Sandy! Ahhhh, your bucket list is a lovely one! I also love to make apple crisp and apple pies, take walks and kick up the leaves! I'm still a kid at heart, in so many ways. The fall trees photo is gorgeous! Is that near your home?

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    1. Hi, Becky,
      Ummm, that Fall tree photo is the only one I didn't take! So, yeah that is the gorgeous one! Haha. And not near my home...
      Finished your book and could totally relate to many things back in the day. ; ). A fun read!

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    2. Ha! That's funny about the tree photo! I'm so happy you liked my book, too. Thanks for letting me know!

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  2. Love all the Fall colors, hope you complete all on your fall bucket list!

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    1. Thanks, Sylvia! I'll probably post about whether I got it all in before the snow flies! Already made the apple crisp!

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  3. I love Autumn colours!! Thanks for stopping by, Sandy :) Re: Your question. Not sure what kind of wooden tray/bowl. Could be a dough bowl... I just know it's an antique Swedish one. :)

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    1. Oh, I love antique Swedish treasures!

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