30 September 2015

Monthly Update // September

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It's finally autumn!

Which is my favourite time of year, by the way. The weather conditions and temperatures appeal to me -- I love rain and cloudy weather! It's the time of year that I'm finally able to wear jumpers and drink hot chocolate. Everything is cosy. My birthday is in a few weeks, and the trees are changing into pretty colours, and everything is perfect.

So, here's how my autumn started:

The Good, the Bad, the Bookish

In case you missed them, earlier this month I published a few interesting posts. I visited a unique bookstore, for one thing. I also made a book wishlist (another one . . . I'm good at making those.) And, I participated in a tag! The delightful Paperback Princess invited me to do the Desserts Book Tag; here's my take on it.

Yesterday in my English class, we started reading The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. I'm not very far into the story yet, but I know most of the plot already anyway, so I'm looking forward to reading it. I'll eventually post a review, or possibly a currently reading post earlier, so pay attention for those posts!

Up Close And Personal

This month I celebrated the birthdays of several people to whom I'm close. I also started the school year rather strong (and my mistakes reminded me why procrastination is a bad idea). I've registered for some standardised tests.

To celebrate autumn I began to wear jumpers for the first time this season, and last weekend I also went apple-picking with my boyfriend and my family at a local orchard. We picked about 21 pounds of apples! So, if you need any apple pies or apple fritters or other goods within the next few weeks, let me know. :)

Other than that, I've been working at my waitressing job and watching a few films I had never watched before. None of them were bookish adaptations, though.


How was your September? What kinds of bookish adventures did you embark on? Leave a comment!

2 comments:

  1. Looks like you had a fun September! I went apple picking too, it's a tradition!

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    1. Yeah, it's a lot of fun! How was your September?

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