Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Choose Your Own Adventure - October link-up

Welcome to our first month of ChooseYour Own Adventure, a new dating link-up! Be sure to recap your date this month and join the link up below.
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The rules:
1. Follow your co-hosts.
Lisa @ Sorority Life to Army Wife
Miranda @ Hurry Up and Wait
Megan @ Barefoot Bluejean Princess
2. Create a date with our theme and budget in mind.
3. Post your date write-up.
4. Grab a button and link up during the last week of each month!
October theme: Fall Festival
Get out there and tackle your fall bucket list. Football games, pumpkin patches, and haunted hayrides are just some of the great fall fun to be had.
Budget: $40


This month my Husband and I did things for Halloween and took a trip to learn about the history of San Diego!
 First we made sure to grab some pumpkins, print off some patterns, and get to carving! In all we spent about $10 to carve these. We originally wanted to go to a pumpkin patch and explore around there but I ended up working every weekend and we didn't have any time during the week so we just went and got our supplies from the local store. There's always next year for the pumpkin patch exploration!
In addition to carving pumpkins we also took a day to explore the city and learn a little more about it's history. We went down to Old Town San Diego for a history lesson and learned some really neat things! We also enjoyed a great authentic Mexican lunch while we were there as well. Admission was free so all we spent was money on lunch! 
Don't forget to blog and share your fall shenanigans on this link up! We would love to read what kind of dates you came up with and enjoyed. For any other Military Spouses or single bloggers out there: these don't have to be just dates with your SO, share the dates with your friends and children too! As long as they relate to the theme we want you to link up and share your story! Be sure to pay close attention to your host blogs for the November theme will be posted soon!


3 comments:

  1. Mmmm Mexican food in Old Town. Sounds delicious!

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  2. those pumpkins are awesome. I love Old Town…so cute!!!

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  3. Ah! that plate of food looks so good.

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