Fall is in the Air (Bucket List)

We're already 3 days into Fall and I've decided that this year I'm going to do as much Fall activities as possible! I'm a Fall baby myself, October 5th to be exact, so it only seems appropriate to make a bucket list for all my favorite things I look forward to each year...plus adding a couple that I've rarely done but wish I could do more often. I present to you: My Fall Bucket List!

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-So I'm a big coffee drinker and have been since working at a coffee shop a few years back, so I've pretty much built a special pallet just for coffee. Anyway, I know you've been hearing Pumpkin Spice this and Pumpkin Spice that, but what about this new Toasted Graham Latte? Umm...YUMM! I really need to get myself a grande fixin'!

-You can't have Fall without football, and just a few weeks ago I was thinking that it would be pretty cool to go to a Panthers game. Wish granted! We'll be going this Sunday (praying that the weather doesn't rain us out), so you can check this one off my list pretty much!

-Just like football, you can't have Fall without a bonfire...just saying. There's nothing better than going for a walk outside and smelling a lit fire in the air, so a bonfire is in my future!

-The last time we took family photos was 2 years ago, and it's definitely time to take some new ones. The weather is pretty much perfect for a little photoshoot, not too hot and not too cold.

-Going to the pumpkin patch is our new little tradition. We will drive out to a local farm to go pumpkin picking. They even have us go on a hay ride to the patch! So cool!

-Roasting pumpkin seeds is mainly my thing. I will risk myself getting dirty by trying to scrape out the seeds. It's gross but totally worth it!

-The last time I visited a haunted trail was before Ryleigh was born. She's too young to go on one but at least Justin and I can try and make a date night out of it?

-CHECK! I've purchased a new fall blanket scarf (actually 2! #oops). I bought this one and then this one which is one you'll be seeing more often. I listed a few other choice fall scarves that ya'll might like ;)

-Taking a trip to the mountains was a big yearly thing my side of the family would do. We'd go to Grandfather mountain each time, walk along the wooden bridge (not so wooden anymore), and have lunch up there. I really want to try and continue this, because there's nothing prettier than seeing the turned leaves than in the mountains!

What's on your bucket list?