Fall in New England

This year I’ve really been taking advantage of the awesomeness that is fall in New England. The perfect weather, gorgeous leaves and seasonal events *almost* make up for the bitterly cold winter we’re headed towards.

fallThere has been apple picking, wine drinking, pumpkin festivals, and a beautiful 5k run (I set a PR!). There were three birthday celebrations for people I love, sunshiny afternoon walks, Seahawk Sundays, and a shopping date in New Hampshire. Plus, I spent a day with my grandparents in Connecticut–Gram and I crossed a few things off the wedding to-do list. 🙂

fall 2Oh man has it been a good season. So fun and so festive!

I’m really looking forward to the holidays this year too. Derek and I plan to cook our own little Thanksgiving day feast and then meet up with friends for football that evening. And we’re roadtripping with Gram and Gramps to visit Aunty Sharon and Uncle B for Christmas. There will be lots of eating, drinking and laughing. I can’t wait!

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One response to “Fall in New England

  1. Erin

    I feel like I enjoyed the fall more than normal this year too. It was gorgeous. Then winter weather came early, and even though it’s warmed up, and is now typical Portland fall weather I’m still in winter mindset. A feast for two sounds great. Holly and I are celebrating with my dad and stepmom, and I think that will be my smallest Thanksgiving celebration ever. We’re all pumped for Seahawks vs SF, so I’m sure it’ll be fun.

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