I love love love fall and am so excited to enjoy the season. One of the best ways to enjoy the season is to spend it with your significant other. So here are 15 cheap or free dates for fall!
It’s the summer after our freshman year. Tyler and I had spent 4 months awkwardly experiencing our first relationship. Just 3 weeks after school ended Tyler and I were watching TV in the basement of my parent’s house. I felt like I had been waiting for years for Tyler to kiss me. Well on this lovely June day I could tell something was going to happen.
We were cuddled up on the couch “watching” a show. As I could feel the tension build, I got really nervous and began to shake. It was about the time I thought the couch would start shaking too that Tyler turned his face towards mine. He gave me the cutest smile and leaned in. It was a perfectly wonderful first kiss. We both let out a nervous little laugh and quickly secured our second kiss.
Our first kiss isn’t my favorite story to tell. We were so young and awkward, but there isn’t anybody I would have rather shared my first kiss with.
*Go Pumpkin Picking
*Pumpkin Spice Coffee Date
*Go Apple Picking
*Carve a Pumpkin
*Visit a Corn Maze
*Bake an Apple Pie
*Drive Through the Canyon
*Drink Apple Cider
*Wear a Couples Costume
Can't wait to see what I can get done!
Months ago I bought tickets to attend the Lantern Festival. I was so excited to go to this event with my new hubby and to let go of my own lantern.
Well Tyler and I almost didn't make it to the festival. Earlier that day Tyler had an accident at work where he sliced his finger with a pocket knife. We ended up taking a trip to the instant care and had to get it cleaned and wrapped back up.
With that delay I was really worried we wouldn't make it to the festival, but we arrived with time to spare.
The festival was very busy and there wasn't much room for us to set up our chairs. But we claimed a spot and went to explore the food trucks that were there. We ended up getting fries from this really yummy food stand.
Not long after came the magical part. The lighting of the lanterns.
They had tiki torches all around the grounds that you lined up to light your lantern with. It was busy so it took a while for our turn.
The hosts then announced it was time to send off the lanterns. It was amazing to watch all these glowing lanterns take to the sky. It was such a beautiful experience and I hope to get to see it again.
The 10 Best Things about being Married
1. Calling him Hubby.
2. Seeing that ring on his finger. It makes it all so real.
3. Knowing I have a partner in everything.
4. Having the feeling of having a partner in everything, even if he’s not with
5. Time spent together is more enjoyable.
6. The adults I talk to seem to view me as more mature.
7. I feel more dedicated to Us.
8. It feels like there’s even more love between us.
9. Looking forward to our future.
10. Getting to be a Wifey.
Hi! My name is Kylie. I'm 21 years old and am married to my best friend! I love my wonderfully normal life and hope you do too.