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Fall Fun List – 2023


September 21, 2023

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Welcome to the KSP blog, a place where I share my work, wisdom, and a peek into my everyday life. I'm so glad you're here and hope you stay awhile!

Hi! I'm Kyla.

Happy Fall, friends! I’m excited to share my fall fun list with you today. September marks the start of my favorite time of the year (as noted here, all of my favorite months end with “ber”). Fall in New England is unmatched. From the covered bridges to the charming county fairs and the white steeples dotting the landscape as the leaves turn. From the White Mountains to the Berkshires, the Adirondacks to the Green Mountains – there is so much beauty to behold. It is such a magical place to be. I can hardly contain my excitement on the first crisp day each August, calling it my “fall preview”. By the time Labor Day rolls around, I’m happy to swap my sundresses for sweaters and crisp lemonade for warm apple cider.

Today, I am sharing my fall fun list. Many of the things on this list have become cherished traditions in our family. My hope is that this list will inspire you to make a fall fun list of your own and to savor this season with your loved ones!

My Fall Fun List

  • visit Russel Orchards (their apple cider is the best, hands down!)
  • enjoy Sunday football with family
  • drink lots of hot apple cider
  • bake spice cake, pumpkin bread, and apple crisp
  • host our second chili cook off
  • visit Mack’s Apples
  • take a drive to Peterborough (it has such a Stars Hollow feel!)
  • host a pumpkins and soup party
  • make a fall simmer pot
  • watch Gilmore Girls
  • enjoy lots of outdoor walks
  • order a caramel apple spice from Starbucks
  • celebrate our sweet sister Kiara’s wedding (and photograph it!)
  • make Sunday Stew
  • set the table with fall tablescapes
  • visit Concord, MA
  • have an outdoor movie night with our siblings
  • host a chili and cornbread dinner
  • make spice tea
  • visit to Wilson Farm in Lexington
  • create a grateful wall in November
  • watch the Bruins with my dad
  • bundle up and enjoy lots of campfires
  • buy some fall treats from Trader Joe’s
  • enjoy many fall foliage drives
  • bake chicken pot pie
  • read under the lights on our patio on a crisp evening with a warm cup of tea
  • make a big leaf pile to jump in with Dillon’s younger siblings and cousins
  • visit Beacon Hill
  • have a Friendsgiving
  • host a charcuterie and mulled wine party
  • go apple picking
  • drive the Kancamagus highway during peak foliage time
  • get my first Starbucks red cup of the season!

  1. Kristen says:

    I love everything about this.
    Living in New England, we are blessed to experience God‘s handiwork as we watch the most beautiful colors unfold

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