fall traditions

I love the fall

It’s that time of year! Have you ever noticed that just adding “fall” in font of an item instantly makes it more romantic? These are some instances where I caught myself gratuitously throwing in the word fall:

“Would you like some fall soup?”-referring to sweet and sour soup.

“A nice fall cup of coffee,” – referring to foldgers.

“Yesterday I bought a beautiful fall blanket, and a pair of sexy fall boots.” – yes, they’re really sexy!

“Look at my fall cats!” – that doesn’t even make sense.

OK maybe I’m a little obsessed. Fall fall fall! I love it. It just makes you do a little dance. Whenever the seasons change I feel like I’m on vacation, and suddenly everything is new and exciting! But as much as I love the fall I have no traditions associated with it. I’ve never gone apple picking, I don’t like carving pumpkins (yuk!), and there’s no piles of leaves to jump into when you’re living in the city. But I would like to start a tradition. Any ideas? What do you do every fall?

Taken in Arkansas City, KS by stelon