Holy moly I am so happy that my long lost friend Autumn is back! On the first day of fall it was 90 degrees and maybe one of the most humid days of the year, but guess who didn’t care…THIS GIRL! I had my ankle booties on, a transitional sweater, and if I wasn’t about to be late to church I would have squeezed in a trip to Starbucks for something hot and pepperminty. I have longed for this time for so long, that it nearly escaped me that it was finally here. So indulge me as I lay out plans to accomplish the items on my fall bucket list.
1. Score a Really Great Pair of Boots
Starting the new season out on the right foot is a must! I don’t really need an excuse to get a new pair of boots so consider this item already checked off with my new Siena Booties from Revere Shoes. I have been searching high and low for the perfect color bootie that I can wear with almost anything in my fall wardrobe and this yummy cognac color does not disappoint.
Revere is known for the comfort of their shoes. Honey, these ain’t your grandma’s orthopedic shoes either! With orthopedic insoles these leather booties are not only beautifully made but are super comfortable.
2. Experience a Real Corn Maze
I have seen them on TV and read about them, but I have never been to or in one! Part of me thinks that I may have a full on panic attack if I can’t find my way out, but I am willing to give it a try. I recently found a local farm that has all the fall things for families to do, corn maze included. I am looking forward to hay riding, candy apple making, corn mazing, and pumpkin picking with the best of them!
3. Plan a Tailgate on a Large Scale
I have been to several tailgates in my day but I have to admit that I have never planned one. I love the idea of people with the same love of football and a particular team coming together to celebrate the victories and console the losses together. I plan to do it up right this November in assisting in planning a tailgate for my church and it’s going to be epic! Fun for the kids, the Texans fans, and everyone in between.
4. Achieve the Smell of Fall
My husband has an aunt (our Aunt Kelly) whose house smells like the seasons 24-7. When you walk into their home in Oklahoma it’s so warm and cozy and it smells like spices, and pumpkins. Seriously, if a hug could smell, it would smell like Aunt Kelly’s house #homegoals. Every time we visit I tell myself that I am going to get my house to be this fall-ish one day. This year, I am going to figure it out. My hope is that when my kids are older they will appreciate the warmth of the season they experienced through all five senses and is a fond memory of their childhood.
Thank you to Revere Shoes for sponsoring this post! All thoughts are my own. These boots are the most comfortable boots that I own, ya’ll!