Finally Fall

Y’all, it’s finally FALL!!! Summer had me feeling a whole lot of mixed emotions up here in Boston. It’s no where near as hot as Texas BUT Boston hasn’t yet mastered the use of air conditioning… so it’s been a love-hate relationship with our window unit {if you don’t know what this is, consider yourself lucky}.

Last fall the wind knocked the leaves off the trees so quickly, I didn’t have time to enjoy the fall foliage. I’m crossing my fingers I get to see all the red, yellow, and orange leaves this year! In honor of the official start to the season, I’d thought I share my fall bucket list:

  1. Go Apple Picking: This is my number 1 – my MUST do for the season. I have never been and am dying to go. There are numerous of apple orchards in the outskirts of Boston (take a peak here). I need to ask around to see where people go but I’m sure they’re all wonderful. I’m hoping we have time to go cause I’m itchy to bake a homemade apple pie!
  2. Eat Fresh Apple Cider Donuts: Last year, our friends introduced us to apple cider donuts and boy were we missing out! Garrett’s already decided its his new favorite dessert. Hopefully, we will find some hot and fresh from the oven this fall!
  3. Visit Salam, MA in October: In Salam, I’ve heard everyday in October is Halloween. People are dressed in costume from the 1st to the 31st. It sounds nuts so I feel like I need to check it out for myself. Since we’re so close, why not?
  4. Go to a Haunted “House”: Last year, we went to Conner’s Farm and did a haunted corn maze. It was very well done {I’ve been told I’m hard to please}. If you are going this year, I suggest getting the VIP tickets to avoid the absurdly long line.
  5. Make Pumpkin Spice Pancakes: I was walking through Trader Joe’s the other day and saw the first pumpkin item on the shelf. So, of course, I grabbed it! (find it here). Can’t wait for fun fall breakfast!
  6. Find a Pumpkin Patch: Growing up my church always hosted a pumpkin patch. I loved it! When people asked me where I went to church, my response: “the pumpkin patch church.” People know exactly what I was talking about even in the middle of June. Every year we would take pumpkin patch pictures with my family. Then in college my roommate, Emily, and I found the local pumpkin patch in Waco to take pictures each year. Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane.

     

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    It’s crazy how much change happens in just four years {still regretting my short hair sophomore year}! Last year in Boston, I didn’t see any pumpkin patches – only at the grocery stores. So my goal this year is: if there is a pumpkin patch in Boston, I want to find it!

  7. and of course, diffuse all my favorite fall blends!

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Do y’all have any favorite fall diffuser recipes?! I’m always searching for new scents!

Happy fall y’all!

Brooke Suzanne

“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” – Colossians 3:17

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