Sunday, September 8, 2013

Sunday Social Fall Style

We spent this weekend painting our upstairs bathroom. It was all white and old and not attractive at all. It's not quite done yet, but I think it already looks loads better.
There really isn't a good angle to take a picture in this bathroom. It's oddly shaped and very narrow. At least in this corner you can see both the red and the tan. Today it's time for second coats and touch-ups!

1. What is your favorite fall activity?
I actually really enjoy cooking in the fall, more than any other time of the year. The recipes are so much more fun. Also walking around in the chilly air seeing all of the leaves.

2. Do you follow a football team? If so, which one and why?
I pledge allegiance to the Lions. I am not a football fanatic and do not watch every game that's on, but I do enjoy watching football and being from Michigan (as rough as it might be) the Lions shall be my team. 

3. What is something fun about fall in your area? 
There is a really nice apple orchard and pumpkin patch near us. We went last year and picked some baking pumpkins, shopped and fed the goats. Apparently they have amazing caramel apples, but the line was ridiculous so we skipped that. Maybe next time. :)

4. What are your favorite fall staple outfits?
Long sleeves, jeans, boots, and scarves.

5. What things are his looking forward to most about this coming fall season?  
All of the fall smells. Leaves, crisp air, and of course all of the pumpkin-y goodness.
6. What is your favorite fall holiday? Tradition?
Thanksgiving. I mean, come on. For the last four years we have spent Thanksgiving with Justin's family. Justin and I make all of the pies the day before. The men watch football (except for Justin) and my mother-in-law and I plan for our Black Friday shopping excursion. Now that we're married and have our own place, we spend Friday putting up the Christmas tree and decorating. So much excitement.

Xo Steph

1 comment:

  1. Caramel apples sound awesome! I might need to take the girls to the pumpkin patch, even though it's actually just a pumpkin patch, not like many pumpkin farms in the States that have a corn maze, a petting zoo, and other entertainment for little kids.

    We love Thanksgiving as well, even though we always celebrate on the Saturday after as Thursday is not a holiday here in Germany.