I purchased the book, THE 52 LISTS PROJECT for my 43rd birthday. The book focuses on weekly journaling based on lists.  I love making lists and thought this sounded like a great way to remember a year. I plan to complete  a list every week for this next year. Even though the journal begins in Winter with Week 1, I started my list during Fall with Week 40. So, I’ll be moving through the book a bit backwards, which is hard for my organized brain, but I didn’t want to be writing about winter topics in spring or summer in winter.

I’ll be sharing my lists here, hopefully one a week. To see my previous lists, click on the tag 52 Lists Project at the bottom of this post.  It’s my hope that by sharing my lists, you’ll get to know me a bit better and maybe be reminded of something that brings you joy!  Some weeks the topics may be too personal to share completely on here, but I’ll at least tell you about the lists and some of the things on it. 

At the end of each list, the author offers an idea to expand on that week’s list. This week’s list is FAVORITE THINGS ABOUT FALL and her action plan is to plan out a perfect fall day. Right now it is tough for me to plan out a whole day as I don’t have a free day in the near future, but finding time to do each of these things on my list at some point, brings me joy! 

If you are interested in learning more about THE 52 LISTS PROJECT, click HERE to be taken to the author’s website. You can also purchase the book, HERE.


Pumpkin Bars
My Birthday
Leaves Turning Color
Marching Band Season
Football (high school, college, and NFL)
Passing out Halloween Candy
Watching our Backyard Trees Change from Green to Red
Wearing Scarves
Family Leaf Raking Day
Jones Family Christmas
Lima Leaf Day
Decorating Our Home for Fall
Round Hay Bales Across A Field

I’m sure I’ll come up with more favorites after I hit publish, but these are the things that popped into my head immediately. Fall is really my favorite season. 
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  1. Kate Unger on October 16, 2015 at 9:24 pm

    What's Lima Leaf Day?

  2. Stacie on October 19, 2015 at 9:26 pm

    Kate, my parents take care of an old country church just down the road from their home and they have an annual festival every year to raise money for the upkeep of the church and cemetery. There is a meal and kids' games and craft vendors. It takes a lot of work and our family has worked at it every year as far back as I can remember. It's a must event in our family. Thanks for asking!

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