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The Fall Tag

Hello Everyone, and welcome to The Fall Tag!  I got the idea of The Fall Tag from fellow Creative, Yara, at Little DIY Projects. Be sure to visit her blog for some sweet and creative ideas!

The Fall Tag Badge
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The Fall Tag Rules:

  • Put the tag badge and rules in your post and link to the person who nominated you.
  • Answer the 10 fall-related questions.
  • Tag at least 5 other bloggers to join the fun!

The Fall Tag Questions:

What’s your favorite fall outfit?

I spend most of my daily life in jeans and a thick Bama sweatshirt. For dressing up, I usually pick one of my long skirts with whatever blouse that happens to be clean.

Your favorite drink to have in the fall?
Pumpkin Spice Latte…m-m-m! It is both sweet and cinnamony. (Is that a word?)

Does your family have any fall traditions? If so, what are they?

Thanksgiving with the extended family at Mom’s.

What’s your favorite fall-scented candle?

Gold Canyon’s Banana Nut Bread candle. Yum!

Tell us about one of your favorite fall memories.
Playing hide-in-seek on the big hay bales with my brother and cousins. Grandmother Lindsey’s amazing cornbread dressing. One year, Princess Buttercup and I contracted mono, so we 3 (Lefty, PB, and I) stayed home while everyone else in my family went to Birmingham. We had a wonderful time, in spite of everything, because I cooked Stovetop Stuffing, and it was the first Thanksgiving meal put on only by me and my husband.

What are some fall movies you enjoy watching? It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.

What’s your favorite fall treat? Pumpkin Pie Spice anything.

My nominees:

These are the people I nominate. Of course, you don’t have to do the tag, only do it if you want to!

Southern Kissed

Our Little Red House

DIY Home Decor

Intelligent Domestications

Nanahood

My New Happy

Katherine’s Corner

Love My Big Happy Family

 

If you want me to tag you, just comment: ‘Can you tag me?’ and I’ll add you! 🙂

Thank you for reading!

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Note: The Fall Tag Badge and almost all of the content was from Yara at Little DIY Projects. Thank you for sharing, Yara!!!

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