I think my fall wishlist really reflects the kind of sleepy, time at home I’ve been craving. Here’s it is:
- Visit an apple orchard.
- Place mums on my front porch.
- Roast pumpkin seeds.
- Drink apple cider.
- Plant bulbs.
- Build a fire.
- Watch black and white movies at home.
- Make lots of soups and stews.
- Go on walks around my neighborhood.
- Reacquaint myself with butternut squash.
- Paint my nails fall shades.
- Find riding boots and jeans.
- Host a cozy dinner for friends.
- Wear tweed.
- Perfect my own chili recipe.
- Try canning some fall goodies.
- Explore some of my cookbooks.
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I'm Lane. I’m the wife to an engineer, the mama to Ellie and a small business owner. I love trashy T.V., good books, a little pampering and great meals.