How about a pre-autumn roundup? Sure, it’s still in the 90s here in Oklahoma but even so, I see hints of the season to come. The angle of light, earlier sunsets, and the beginning of color change in foliage. Oh, and we can’t forget ragweed. Atchoo!
It’s a well-known fact that I’m a summer girl through and through. The very thought of winter makes me shudder. However, I DO enjoy autumn. Let’s take a peek at what the coming season has in store for us.
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The first cool front of fall makes me want to bake something. This oatmeal cake is on my list soon:
We try to eat seasonally so this crockpot meal with cranberries and apples is a perfect way to say hello to fall:
And what would autumn be without pumpkin?
Fabulous Fall Series:
Last year I did a 7-day fall series of posts here on Life With Dee. Here are the links:
Dee’s Fabulous Fall Checklist (free printable) – Use this free printable if you’d like to plan your own “Fabulous Fall”.
Back in 2012 on my old Tea With Dee blog, I started a 31 Days of Autumn Nesting series. I only made it 21 days because we then left on a vacation. Click on the button below for the first post in the series, along with links to all the rest:
For the home:
Spring cleaning gets a lot of attention but I think there’s something to be said for fall cleaning, too.
Getting Cozy For Fall – pictures of my fall decorating from a couple of years ago
“With a life in the day of a Vintage Housekeeper in Autumn, a list of seasonal puttery treats, some advice for preparing for cooler weather at home, and adding a layer of cosy calm to your Autumn house alongside the three housekeeping recipes you need to give the house a hug, an Autumn reading list and a list of journaling prompts for meditating your way through this gorgeous season of so much promise…”
My Autumn Bucket List – This was my list from a few years ago. I’ll create a new one for this year soon.
My daughter and I will be taking our annual trip to the Clarita Amish Auction tomorrow. We love to look at all the quilts and other handmade items. And I always have to bring back some delicious cinnamon rolls!
Tell me your favorite thing about fall and one thing you plan to do to celebrate the new season.