20 Things to Love About Fall
September 10, 2017
I have it on good authority that if you don’t write a blog post about “things you love about fall” the internet revokes your URL. No questions asked. It’s kind of a harsh rule, but I get it. And as a rule follower by nature I’m just not willing to fall on my sword on this one.
So without further ado…
My top 20 favorite things about fall.
3. How irrationally angry I get stuck in traffic behind school buses
4. The first fire in the wood stove
5. The first panic dream I have about our house being on fire and not being able to call 911 because someone cut our non existent phone lines and hacked into our cell phones
6. Apple picking
7. Pretending to know what “transitional wardrobe pieces” are
8. Warm socks
9. How excited my husband gets about “seasonal decor”
10. My annual letter to the mall calmly explaining that September is simply too early for Christmas decorations
11. Inevitably buying a Christmas decoration in October
12. Halloween candy
14. Buying my 1 year old brown ankle boots so she stays on trend
15. Wearing 4 year old knock off Toms with holes in the toes while thinking “I should really buy myself some brown ankle boots.” And then buying more knock off Toms instead.
16. Being a smug New Englander posting pictures like this on the internet with the caption, “Taken from my car window. No big deal. #NoOneDoesFallLikeNewEngland”
17. Yankee Candles
18. Other people’s lists about fall that are actually helpful
19. Number 16 again because whatever I’ll be smug all I want – that picture is dope.
20. Days in fall that still feel like summer because all I really want is to wear flip flops all year round while still enjoying seasons and I don’t think that’s too much to ask.
I’m not entirely sure I did this right… So internet please give me a pass this time, it’s my first year blogging. Next year’s fall post will be way less snarky and will mention pumpkin spice at least three times. Are we cool?
Share your favorite snarky or non snarky things about fall in the comments! Because even though fall isn’t summer, it’s still really lovely.
With a cozy sweater and Pinterest board full of Halloween costume ideas,