A Bucket List For Autumn

This time of year usually finds me in a panic as I try to squeeze in just one last visit to the beach, one more visit to our favorite ice cream shop & one last camping trip before the air turns cold.  Summer always seems to slip by me so quickly that when September rolls around, I am taken by surprise.  Knowing that it will be many months before it is warm enough to swim in the lake again is always a hard fact for me to swallow.

So in an effort to stop and enjoy the season we are in right now, I’ve compiled a list of all the things that I LOVE about autumn and look forward to in the coming weeks.
Autumn Bucket List

1. Watch Notre Dame Football games at Poppy & Grammy’s

2. Make homemade caramels ~ yum!

3. Pick apples

4. Evening bonfires

5. Knit!!!

6. Rake up leaves & play in the pile

7. Make mulled cider

8. Go to the pumpkin patch

9. Drink Pumpkin Spice Lattes

10. Go on a hike & snuggle in the woods

11. Make caramel apples

12. Burn my Spiced Pumpkin candle

What do you enjoy most about Autumn?

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2 thoughts on “A Bucket List For Autumn”

  1. What a great list! I LOVE autumn, but I know exactly how you feel about squeezing every last drop out of summer as one possible can. Plus the weather has been absolutely amazing here this August, I’m still in summer dresses, bare legged.

    What I love the most about Autumn are the leaves turning, the first frost, the smell of damp earth, clear crisp air, morning mist, mittens, hats, sweaters and all things woolen. And darker evenings spent knitting with a nice cuppa’.

  2. What a great list! I LOVE autumn, but I know exactly how you feel about squeezing every last drop out of summer as one possible can. Plus the weather has been absolutely amazing here this August, I’m still in summer dresses, bare legged.What I love the most about Autumn are the leaves turning, the first frost, the smell of damp earth, clear crisp air, morning mist, mittens, hats, sweaters and all things woolen. And darker evenings spent knitting with a nice cuppa’.

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