Hi Friends! It’s Friday Jr. and I could not be more thrilled. 1 MORE DAY. We can do it!
As of late, I’ve been reading so many Fall Bucket List posts written by some of my favorite bloggers and I thought, “Gee, why don’t I have one?”. So now, you know what I’m writing today!
For a while I thought they were overrated, with only so many fall activities, it tends to get repetitive. But you know what- WHO CARES?! Everyone has their own little twist to theirs which makes each one special! So here is mine!
The transition between Summer to Fall means I need some new items in the closet. And what’s a better excuse to hit up the stores and world wide web then the change of seasons, am I right?
This is as “basic” as it gets but I could careless. Yes I plan on drowning myself in Pumpkin Spiced Lattes. I had my first one of the season earlier this week and it just soothed my soul. I’m typically an ice coffee drinker all year round’ but for these babies, I make an exception.
Tis’ the season to get the oven pumping and your baking on! Andrew’s mom handed me her banana bread recipe and that was it. It was my golden ticket and now I’ll be making banana bread all Fall long. In fact, I came home one day and Andrew goes “I bought more bananas!”
I have never been to an actual pumpkin patch before but I am determined to make my way over to one this Fall. *Ehem* Andrew I know you’ll be reading this.
Ya’ll know this was going to be on my list. Need I say more? Frankly, I’m not a huge apple fan. When I go, I take a few bites out of some apples and carry on. But it’s just a fun outdoor activity on a nice sunny crisp day. Especially with the aromas of Fall mixed with apples, it’s intoxicating. I will however, go and get some caramel apples.
I admire the changing of leaves so much. What a sight for sore eyes. I can agree that it is disappointing when they’ve all fallen to the ground to welcome Winter, but while they’re still hanging up high, it’s a glorious sight being amidst it all. So on my bucket list, I want to head up to North Conway, NH towards the White Mountains to take in the foliage.
Andrew and I are constantly thinking of our next travel destination. Although lately it’s harder than usual because we’re uncertain of our whereabouts come Oct-Jan as in will we still be in Boston or have moved elsewhere? So it’s hard to plan a flight in case Logan Airport will no longer be our designated airport. However, that doesn’t stop us from planning nearby trips so NYC here we come! Just for a weekend but NYC in the Fall is my favorite.
So my NYC people (KATE, that means you!) I want all suggestions for yummy hole in the wall eatery spots or even well known places that are a must-try. Anywhere between the areas of Lower East Side and Midtown preferably. I plan on eating my whole trip so bring it on.
Share your Fall plans below 🙂