Favorite Things about Fall Sundays

Bargain basement prices on the last of the season’s produce…..
Though our closest farmer’s markets are now history, for this season, we do have a farm market, just a few miles down the road stuffed with all the fall favorites!  Brussels sprouts, broccoli, apples and apple cider, pumpkins and need I say acorn squash???  Can you agree that acorn squash filled with butter, maple syrup and a splash of coconut milk is the best dessert, first, kind of fall food?

To know what you’re going to wear before you even get out of bed….
Being Detroit Lions fans and finally having a respectable team makes pulling on a Lions tee-shirt a heck of a lot easier!

Lazing around enjoying just one more cup of coffee….
Over the Sunday paper while watching Sunday Morning on CBS.  And if that one last cup of coffee is doused with a caramel or pumpkin spice flavor, all the better!

The smell of the crock pot simmering away all day…..
Today was braised ox tails with onions and mushrooms served over mashed potatoes. Wow was that good!

And my very favorite thing about fall Sundays?
Snuggling under a quilt for a quiet afternoon of football….
Getting some over due quilting done is a bonus!

Hope you’re having a fabulous fall Sunday, too!

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5 Responses to Favorite Things about Fall Sundays

  1. Heidi says:

    Love that picture of you!! I will never look that good, nor am I ever confident of my Bears!

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  2. chatzakity says:

    Sounds relaxing :)))
    We spent the day eating leftover party food, clearing away (most of which my hubbie did!) and then realising that I still needed to cook cos the girls were hungry and sausage rolls weren’t going to cut it!

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    • sewfrench says:

      Looks your party was a huge success! I need to get back over there and comment on it.
      Tell them to quit their whining and that children are starving in China. (Or maybe that’s just a childhood, American saying?) Sausage rolls sound mighty tasty to me!

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  3. Berit says:

    Cool photo, and lovely quilt!
    Thank you for your comment on my DJ!

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