Thursday, October 8, 2015

Blogtober Day 8 // Fall Bucket List




(This was taken during the flooding here in SC. Most everyone in our area was fine, but families in the lower part of the state weren't so fortunate. Keep them in your prayers.)




I know, I know, I said I was going to post more often this month. *face palm* And I’m so terribly sorry that I haven’t stood up to my word. As usual, as soon as I made the commitment, my school schedule decided to go crazy on me. Lately, I’ve needed a little extra grace, but you know what? That’s okay, because God gives grace unmeasured, full, and free.


As I’ve already made a point to say about ten thousand times in the last few posts, it’s fall! And not only fall, but also October, which is one of the greatest months around. Today for Blogtober, I’d like to share a fall bucket list because I absolutely love fall and all its good vibes.


1. Go apple picking.
2. Visit a corn maze.
3. PSL (pumpkin spice latte) is obligatory.
4. Have a fall photo shoot. (Photo shoots in my case)
5. Buy/make/think of a Halloween costume (homemade ones are always fun. And contrary to what everyone says, you’re never too old to trick-or-treat)
6. Jump in a pile of leaves (you know you want to)
7. Watch lots and lots of football. (I’m cheering for Clemson in my head as I write this)
8. Bake everything pumpkin. you can think of
9. Go to the mountains. (I’m doing this in November for Thanksgiving break!)
10. Have/go to a bon fire (I shall never tire of bon fires and friends and hot dogs and coffee. Just thinking about it makes me smile)
11. Fall clothes are actually the best. Enjoy those while they last J
12. Make s’mores (See number 10 – they go perfectly together)

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Isn’t fall great?! Comment below what y’all plan to do this fall! I hope that through these series of posts  y'all can get to know the girl behind the blog a little better. And stay tuned because I’ve got a surprise post coming on Monday! 

1 comment :

  1. I enjoyed your fall post! It makes me love fall even more. -Andrew!

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