Originally Posted by Festive Spirit
What are your favourite fall traditions and memories?
Sweet September atlast and as we sail thorugh this month we say goodbye to warm, sunny summer days and welcome the arrival of cool, crisp,cosy autumn.
As the seasons transition so do we ! Our mood, behaviour and habits change. I love wearing my warm cosy jumpers again, walking through fallen leaves on a crisp,cold day, making and enjoying delicious comfort foods, apple cider, scented candles and snuggling up on the sofa with a good book on dark, dismal days and nights.
These dusky months are the perfect haunting setting for reading and watching mystery,thrillers and fantasy adventures. I always anticipate Patricia Cornwell's latest release around this time and re reading the Harry Potter books and watching the films. There are certain Tv shows I look forward to as well.
The chill in the air and the rainy days make listening to the soothing soulful sounds of Jazz and Blues deeply satisfying. I have it on while doing my traditional deep cleaning which I always do this time of year.
This year I would like to add to our traditions by including some fall decorations throughout the house. Next year I hope to grow our own pumpkins and harvest them in time for Halloween.
What are some of your favourite fall traditions and memories?
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My husband & I love to go to a pumpkin patch, and pick some beauties out to carve. We also go to haunted houses, go on hay rides, find our way through corn mazes. We enjoy going to a winery in the country, do some tasting & walk the property & enjoy the colors!!
I love to do some Fall baking, eat as many comfort foods as possible, decorate, sit on the deck, go for long walks & listen to the leaves crunch beneath my feet. Curl up with a good mystery book! Watch football! And burn pumpkin spice, cinnamon, apple, and spice scents.
Also hit up as many fall festivals & craft shows as possible!! And let's not forget some good spooky stories around a campfire!!
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