Blogtober Day 3/Autumn To-Do List

Every time Autumn rolls around, I have a few ‘must-do’s’ to accomplish. It’s such a magical time of year, and I love taking advantage of the seasonal change!

Here’s a quick list of what I do during this time of year:

Visit a Pumpkin Patch

October (and Autumn in general) means that it’s time to hit up a pumpkin patch to seek out those special gourds to decorate!

Watch ‘It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’

I watch this special every single year! Now that I have the DVD, there’s really no excuse to miss it…even though I almost did last year! Some exhaustion from long work days kick in!

Visit a Haunted House

Image by Adina Voicu from Pixabay

I connect with one of my good friends from college to take part in this chilling activity! Schafer Farms has its Farm of Horrors attraction which lasts until November 2nd. People have the opportunity to enjoy a haunted hayride, a scary corn maze, and the usual haunted house with its freaky cast of characters!


From a Bed Bath and Beyond outing a couple weeks ago!

The change of the seasons means that it’s time for everything pumpkin and leaf crafting (with the occasional animal decorations)!

Note: All of the Snoopy/Peanuts Gang figures featured in this post were purchased from Hallmark. I love bringing them with me wherever I go!

What are the things on your “Must-Do’ list for Autumn? Feel free to share in the comments! Many thanks to The Library Looter and Anniek for inspiring this blog post!

Published by Woven From Words

Book Blogger & Reviewer from Central NJ. Always with a book in my hand & a story in my heart!

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