When September arrived I promised myself to go out as much as I can while still being responsible COVID-19 wise and while still limiting the number of people I was seeing. I did my best to enjoy this autumn, as it’s my favourite season with winter. And well… I’m glad I did, considering we are now again in lockdown (though I still have to go to work). So obviously I haven’t done everything on my bucket list, but I did some things and I wanted to share it with you.
Without further ado, let’s say goodbye to autumn!
❥ THE ORIGINAL LIST
Before seeing what I did or did not do this autumn, here was my original bucket list:
- Read a lot of spooky books,
- Take pictures of dead leaves,
- Read in a café while it’s raining,
- Go out for brunch,
- Pick apples,
- Go to a museum,
- Enjoy the Halloween season at Disneyland Paris,
- Drink lots of PSL,
- Have a chill day at home doing nothing,
- Work while being at the library,
- Go back to classics,
- Take pictures of pumpkins,
- Go to Amsterdam,
- Have a tea date,
- Wear my favourite autumnal clothes.
❥ WHAT I DID
So, I still did a few things, especially as I had a two weeks fall break before lockdown 2 was announced. Therefor I read SO MANY spooky books, took lots and lots of pictures of dead leaves (still cannot stop), worked in a café instead of reading while it was raining, did went out for brunch, went apple picking, went twice to DLP for the Halloween season, drank too many PSL, had a lot of chill days at home, took pictures of pumpkins and wore lots of autumnal outfits!
Overall I had an amazing autumn and I’m really thankful about that. I had fun, felt motivated all the time and enjoyed every second with my loved ones.
Here are some pictures from my autumn:
❥ WHAT I DIDN’T DO
But obviously I haven’t done anything. For example I couldn’t go back to my library thanks to COVID-19, nor travel to Amsterdam. I didn’t have time to have a tea date, which was somehow related to COVID-19 as well, and didn’t read in a café. But I‘m thankful for everything I have been able to do during those troubled times.
How was your autumn?