I tried getting back into blogging before, but it was not a good time. I’ve gone through some bizarre life changes in the last several months (which maybe I’ll go into deeper eventually), which include (but are not limited to) an unexpected new job, the increasing intensity of an accelerated graduate program, internship hunting, apartment hunting, planning a wedding, and still trying to maintain some semblance of a social life.
It’s been ROUGH. Lately though, I’ve been feeling really stuck and frustrated creatively, and like I didn’t have enough time to do the things that I really enjoyed doing or really wanted to do. With that feeling, I decided to give my blog the revamp I’ve been craving and tentatively get back into it.
I’m not going to set myself a schedule, or a required number of posts for now. That’s what got me so overwhelmed last time, and this is supposed to be FUN! So for now, it’ll just be me, checking in when I can. (Things should calm down in the next month or so – hopefully anyway.)
For now, stay tuned for some fresh and FUNKY new content. I have some cool things planned (can anyone say WEDDING POSTS) that will hopefully help me get back in the groove, and we’ll be gliding along shortly. I’ll start deleting some of the older ones (or maybe entirely clean them out, who even knows) shortly.
If anyone is actually reading this after my absurdly long hiatus, I love you, and I think you should have a pint of Halotop tonight. Because you DESERVE IT.
Sorry this blog post is going up so late; I was waiting to be able to break a bit of news….
So this weekend, in classic fall fashion, my whole family went apple picking, and my boyfriend and I made the trip up. Only he wasn’t my “boyfriend” anymore…
BECAUSE I GOT ENGAGED!!!!!!
AH yeah that’s right, I have a FIANCE now. So crazy to say. So anyway, the two of us (after getting engaged Friday night) drove up on Saturday morning to spend time with my family. It was a wonderful weekend for everyone. Apple picking normally is an all out, family fun affair (we’re from upstate NY, what do you expect?), but because we had told everyone about our engagement that morning, there was just this extra level of joy and excitement in the air.
Apple picking is one of my favorite things to do in the fall. It reminds me of being a kid, because we went every single year, and it’s just so quintessentially autumn. The apples, the cider, the donuts…and you better believe I’m wearing a flannel even if it’s 70 degrees outside.
If you’ve never been, or you don’t go, I would highly suggest you start. Apple picking is one of the oldest traditions in my family, and I’m so grateful that this year it included a new member, aka my future HUSBAND (like WHAT). I feel like now that I’ve gone apple picking, and now that it’s October, fall can really get going!
What’s your opinion on apple picking? Do you have any fall traditions you love to do every year??