My first link up will be the Sunday Social! I love this one and if you haven't done it before you should totally start now!
This weeks theme is fall! I am super excited about doing this one. Fall is definitely my favorite season!
1. What is your favorite fall activity?
Being in Korea means not being able to any of our favorite fall activities. We miss out on a lot being her but it was worth it to be able to be together as a family. If we were back home one thing we love to do is go apple picking as a family. We are from Massachusetts so another thing I loved was seeing all the leaves change colors. No where else in the U.S. gets foliage like our trees do in New England. If you ever have the chance to go definitely go in the fall. It's the b est time of year in New England. I really miss that.
Two years ago, my sons first apple picking experience
2. Do you follow football? If so, which one and why?
I don't follow football. I actually don't really follow any sports. It's just something I never really got into. But if I did have to chose it would have to be in support of my home team, the New England Patriots.
3. What is something fun about fall in your area?
Well, as some of you know we are stationed in S.Korea. Koreans don't really celebrate fall like we do back in America. However, on base we do have Octoberfest and trick or treating.
Last years Halloween costume
4. What are some of your favorite fall staple outfits?
Mine would be jeans and a sweater with my UGG boots. I wish I could wear UGG boots all year.
5. What things are you looking forward to most this fall season?
My son is 3 this year and really understands what Halloween is now. I am really excited to take him trick or treating. We have a great costume for him! I'm not going to tell you it's a surprise! I'll post pictures after Halloween.
5. What is your favorite fall holiday? Tradition?
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday! Back home our entire family would get together but being in Korea we don't have that so we made a new tradition last year. We met some very good friends and did Thanksgiving with them. Korean oven are so much smaller than American ones so we got a fryer and had fried turkey. My first time ever having it that way and that's how I want my turkey from now on! It was amazing! We will be getting together with the same friends again, plus a few more too. I can't wait!