Halloween may be over, but it’s still fall y’all! For like another two weeks at least. Let’s not start celebrating Christmas until December.
I think it’s because everyone starts playing Christmas music on Halloween, making me want to celebrate it only in December. Also it’s disrespectful to Thanksgiving, one of the best holidays. We come together to spend time together and to eat. Those are my favorite things.
In preparation for thanksgiving, I’m holding onto every little bit of fall as I can. Because like what else is there to do except cook the day of?
I spent the last few weeks suffering from a cold, but I didn’t let that hold me back from enjoying the fall. I’m sad I didn’t visit a pumpkin patch this year, but I still got the best fall experience.
We had butternut squash pasta. Which is fantastic, and I hate that Trader Joe’s stops selling it once October ends.
I made my own pumpkin spice coffee syrup. And I don’t gatekeep, so trust that I’ll post a recipe.
And today, I’ve been babysitting, so I thought it would be nice for my nephew to take a thanksgiving picture since it’s next week. He’s a bit young and needed a little help with the finger painting, but I think the picture came out amazingly.
It’s a little blurry, but I wrote around his picture. “I made this little turkey so everyone can see that I am very grateful for all the things you do for me.”
Tell me why I’m looking at the picture, and I just realized I spelled grateful wrong. Oh my goodness, fail, epic fail on my part.