Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Fall bucketlists for normal women vs. farmer's women

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In the South, the leaves don't change color till almost the middle of the Fall some years. But when they do finally change it is the most beautiful thing ever. At our mountain house in North Carolina the leaves start changing and it will look like a scene out of a movie. But down here, Fall is that time of year when the cotton is blossoming, the leaves are slowly changing and the pumpkin everything comes out. But what is there to do in Fall down South?
Here's a list of things that I've either done before or was told about...











This first bucketlist is for those people and couples to do that aren't involved in farming:
  1. Get drunk on Pumpkin Spice lattes. 
  2. Watch the seasonal movies. 
  3. Tailgate at a football game.
  4. Go apple picking. 
  5. Find a roadside pumpkin patch.
  6. Watch Hocus Pocus.
  7. Make pumpkin bread.
  8. Tell scary stories by a bonfire.
  9. Wear layers and leggings.
  10. Bring out the blankets.
  11. Decorate your front door.
  12. Read by the fire.
  13. Eat a pumpkin pie.
  14. Make caramel apples.
  15. Go on a hayride.
  16. Visit a corn maze.
  17. Have a photoshoot in a leaf pile.
  18. Enjoy hot chocolate outside.
  19. Carve pumpkins.
  20. Eat kettle corn.


Now, let's take a look at the Fall bucketlist for Farm Ladies:


  1. Sit on the tractor while the Farmer digs peanuts.
  2. Sit on the tractor while the farmer picks peanuts.
  3. Sit on the tractor while the farmer picks cotton.
  4. Drink hot chocolate on the tractor.
  5. Bring the farmer lunch on the tractor. 
  6. Carve a pumpkin on the tractor. (Totally just kidding, he may not like that! haha )
  7. Curl up in a blanket on the tractor. 
  8. Have a photoshoot on the tractor.
  9. Eat kettle corn on the tractor.
  10. Tell scary stories on the tractor.
  11. Decorate the tractor. (He may not like that either.) 
  12. Feed him pumpkin pie on the tractor. (He will like that though!) 
Obviously if you're a farmer's "ole lady" if you want to spend time with him during the Fall you'll possibly be spending it on the tractor like me, so make the best of it.





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