Monday, October 12, 2020

My Fall Bucket List 2020

Harvest Lane Cottage
 Fall Bucket List
2020

Happy Fall Y'all!

It's my very most favoritest time of year! I love the chill in the air in the evenings. We still have some very warm days, but cooler weather is coming. The maples witness to it with their blazing gold, orange, and crimson leaves fluttering in the breeze. The little squirrels in the neighborhood have been scampering around no doubt in search of every acorn they can find from the lovely oaks. 

As I complete each item on the list, I shall change it to italics so that you can still read it.
  • Make my fall bucket list
  • Make my fall reading list
  • Make Christmas book reading list
  • Get updated addresses for my Christmas card list
  • Make apple crisp
  • Enjoy a candle lit evening
  • Enjoy candy pumpkins
  • Make apple butter 
  • Make friendship tea
  • Knit wool socks for my husband  
  • Roast marshmallows around the fire 
  • Curl up with a terrific book 
  • Knit a hat for charity 
  • Read a wonderful Christmas book
  • Take a drive to look at fall foliage 
  • Eat pumpkin pie
  • Sip hot apple cider
  • Finish Emily's quilt
  • Knit another hat
  • Drink eggnog
  • Worship God under the stars
  • Eat chili
  • Maple Leaf Festival
  • Finish reading the New Testament 
  • Try a new soup 
  • Make pumpkin shaped cut out cookies
  • Invite friends for chili
  • Invite friends for pie
  • Invite a neighbor for tea
  • Collect leaves and seed pods to decorate
  • Take a walk and enjoy the maple leaves
  • Make homemade cocoa
  • Bake a sweet quick bread 
  • Bake cookies
  • Make a Christmas gift
  • Watch Christmas movies
  • Read more Christmas books
  • Listen to Christmas music
  • Burn cinnamony, pumpkiny, spicy fall candles
  • Eat Queen's Apples (cut up apples with caramel and pecans)
  • Read by candlelight and lamplight
  • Read Farmer Boy
  • Bonfire or fire in our fire pit
  • Read On the Banks of Plum Creek
  • Celebrate Thanksgiving with family at home
  • Decorate our Christmas tree on the Sunday evening after Thanksgiving
Alright, now you know some of the things I hope to do over the next month and a half of fall. What's on your list? 

Plan for relaxation, plan for fun, plan for sanity!
Enjoy and look for the sparkles of joy and keep positive and optimistic!

Laura
Loving this season



4 comments:

  1. We had chili for supper tonight 😁. And one of my favorite Christmas books is “Christmas Eve in the Mountaineers Home” by GW Lose. It’s an endearing story- found it online before posting this and it was $10 which isn’t horrible, but might check the library first. I’ve had mine for years.

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    1. Thank you so much for the book suggestion. My library doesn't have it. Where did you find it online?Blessings,Laura

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  2. I enjoyed your list so much! We've been enjoying the days with fall weather, and I'm again reminded why it's my very favorite season (although I really do love them all for their own special qualities!) The end of your post where you said "plan for..." reminded me of an Amish fiction book series I found earlier this year and in it one of the characters always says "plan for happiness." I think you're definitely on a blessed path :) Here is our family's bucket list for October http://cottageonblackberrylane.com/fun-fall-activities/

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    1. Oh Jenny, thank you so much for writing me! This is the first thing I read this morning, and I'm uplifted by your kind encouraging words.

      I'm going over right now and read your bucket list! Maybe I'll find something more to add to mine. I have the day off today, so I plan to do something from my list in addition to my housework.

      Hugs,
      Laura

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