September & October Review (Fall Bucket List 2013)

It’s been a while since I posted last, but that just means I’ve been busy! October was my busiest month at school this semester, so I’m hoping things will calm down a bit as the semester winds down.

In my last post, I wrote about our fall bucket list. Just for reference, here’s the list once more:


Here’s what we’ve accomplished so far:

September 28: Decorate the house for fall

I picked up some gourds at the farmer’s market and brought out the fall scented candles.


Oct 3: Watch hockey at home

We’ve managed to catch almost every Sharks game so far this season, and we’re looking forward to going to the Tank in November!

Oct 11-12: Take a trip to the cabin, Make (and eat) caramel apples, Admire the fall foliage on a nature walk/drive, Go stargazing

We crammed a lot into the two days we spent at the cabin. I love that place.




Oct 25: Visit a pumpkin patch, Navigate through a corn maze

We had a blast getting together with our college & careers bible study group for a great night of corn maze madness. My husband and I were the only two of our group to successfully complete all 12 checkpoints in the 4.5 miles of corn maze to win free pumpkins. I call that a success.

Also, the maze was in the shape of Kaepernick.




Oct 31: Dress up for Halloween, Volunteer for the Fall Fun Faire, Carve pumpkins

Well, I dressed up (as Audrey Hepburn). And I carved both pumpkins myself. Halloween isn’t my husband’s favorite holiday. I’m glad we could get into the spirit together by volunteering at the church’s Fall Fun Faire.



Whew! It’s been a really busy season so far, and I’m loving every minute of it. We’re about halfway through our fall bucket list. How about you?



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