October 2022 - Living in the Moment

October 10, 2022  •  Leave a Comment

October 2022

Living in the Moment…

 

Blog – Diving into Fall

Word of the month –Lionization (treating something as an object of adoration)

Season – Fall

Time of Day – 6pm-12am

Element of the year – fire

Moon of the year - Waning moon

Sunset

Popular Holidays – Halloween, Columbus Day, Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Things to do – Pumpkin picking,

Walking/hiking,

Watch scary movies,

Decorate for spooky month,

Enjoy all the pumpkin themed foods,

Visit a vineyard,

Go on a hayride,

Watch a soccer game,

Have a campfire,

Carve pumpkins,

Watch scary movies.

 

 

October is the visual cue to the beginning of fall. In the colonies of northeast America, we tend to flourish in the roots of our ancestors. The world is painted in bright colors of corn, pumpkin, and apple. To me, it is the time of creativity. I love to create decorations, costumes, and more during the month. It is when I slowly change over from summer clothes to winter as the nights get a little cooler.

 

This month is about enjoying the colorful world around us and spending time with friends and family. It is warm tea in the morning while snuggling with my son, sweaters and fleece tops, soccer games, about finishing up summer bucket lists for the year and enjoy the last of the season before bunkering down for the colder months. This month’s photo shoot is a reschedule of the mermaids and sailors and I am hosting my own amazing murder mystery Halloween party.

 

Upcoming Shoots:

I have a wonderful photo shoot coming up with Andrew and Alexandra. It is a reschedule from last month due to sickness. We are doing some recreations of the classic story of Hans Christian Anderson’s Little Mermaid. I am hoping to lean more towards the original story and less on the Disney rendition (not that there is anything wrong with our little red headed fin princess and her beau).

 

Events:

A rescheduled photo shoot for Little Mermaid

Murder Mystery Halloween Party

20th High School Reunion

Pumpkin Picking

Adventure Park Ropes Course

Creating a Halloween costume

 

Although September is the official start of fall, I wanted to make a bucket list for fall. I have a PDF available on the website. Although many people are sad when summer is over, I love that October has so many festivities to keep us busy. Feel free to create your own fall bucket list so that you don’t miss out on items you want to fulfil.

 

Fall bucket list

 

 

 

 

 

 


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