15 Fall Dates You Wish Your Boyfriend Would Take You On

15 Fall Dates You Wish Your Boyfriend Would Take You On

Apple orchards, pumpkins, and corn mazes, oh my!
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If you don't know where to take your boo this fall, or you're just pressed for time and money, then here is a list of fall date ideas to get you started on the fall season!

1. The Apple Orchard

This is one of my favorite fall dates. I love going to my local orchard and looking through the market place, buying some hot cider, and of course Pumpkin donuts and apple cinnamon donuts! Also, the orchard is perfect for picture opportunities.

2. Corn Maze

A corn maze can usually be found at the local apple orchard, pumpkin patch, or just one that was created right inside or outside of your town! Just grab your partner and go get lost for awhile!

3. Haunted House

Before embarking on this date, do some research. If you're like me, you like to actually get scared, so find out what haunted houses are available to you and look at the ratings and what people are saying! You don't want to spend a ton of cash on something that won't leave you with wet pants (not really don't do that it might ruin the date).

4. Hayride

Find someone with a trailer, grab a couple friends, or just go by yourself, grab some blanket and bundle up and just enjoy the ride! Hayrides are great for just sitting, relaxing, and talking!

5. A Walk in the Woods

Walking through the woods is so calming and peaceful, especially when it's through a tunnel of trees and leaves. I also love looking at all the color changes and just admiring the colors of fall, and it's even better with someone by your side.

6. Coffee Shop

I love coffee, so it's important to me to try all kinds. On a chilly fall day, it would be really fun to go to a coffee shop with your significant other and order your favorite hot beverage, whether that be a Pumpkin Spice Latte or just a simple hot chocolate!

7. The Pumpkin Patch

Take your special someone to the local pumpkin patch and scan the rows of pumpkins. My favorite thing to do is to try to find the biggest and roundest pumpkin to take home.

8. Carving the Pumpkins

And then, of course, you have to do something with the Pumpkins you just picked, so create some cool carvings with your significant other! They can be cute or scary!

9. Movie Night

This is especially great when it's Halloween time. For me, I like to order in (probably pizza), put some PJs on, grab some blankets, pick out my favorite scary movies, and snuggle up on the couch.

10. Raking Leaves

And then immediately jump right into them after raking them all into neat and clean piles.

11. Football Games

I don't fully understand the game of football, but I love watching it and being around people who DO get it because they get SO intense and I love it.

12. Halloween Parties

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and I've always loved making my own costumes, so making a couples costume is twice the fun! Brainstorm ideas, I usually use Pinterest, and create a couples costume and go out to some Halloween parties!

13. A Day Inside

There is honestly nothing better than waking up in the morning, seeing that it's kind of a more dreary fall day, and deciding to stay inside all day, mainly in bed, and snuggle up next to your significant other, take naps, talk, and watch movies.

14. Attend a Festival

There are a lot of Fall Festivals that take place all over the world. For example, in my state, there's the Fall Festival in Evansville, IN, where there are fall activities and fried foods, and I'm sure if you researched it, you could find something like this in your area too!

15. Decorate for Fall

I love fall (obviously). It's my favorite season to decorate for because everything is mixed in a beauty of colors like red, brown, and purple. If you don't want to decorate your home space alone, grab your partner and start decorating! Have them hang wall ornaments, stick on window stickers, and don't forget to put out the pumpkins you carved!

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Just Because I Check My Boyfriend's Location Every Hour Doesn't Make Me A 'Psycho Girlfriend'

No, checking his location every hour does not make me psycho.
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My boyfriend and I have been seeing each other for a few months now. He has come up with describing my actions sometimes as “psycho girlfriend.” As much as this bothered me at first I started to realize there is nothing wrong with my “psycho” actions.

I don’t monitor who my boyfriend hangs out with and I don’t care who he texts, I trust him, but I do watch other things he does.

I probably check his location about once an hour, maybe more if he isn’t texting me back.

This isn’t some way for me to find out if he is with another girl, it’s so I can ensure he isn’t dead in a ditch somewhere. If he was on Snapchat five minutes ago but hasn’t texted me back in 45 minutes, yeah I’ll call him out on it but I'm not actually mad. If he is with friends and not answering me, it’s cool. I just want to be able to make sure I know where he is and that he is alive on a regular basis.

I make him keep his read receipts on for me.

I don’t care if he leaves me on read, I just need to know he is seeing what I’m saying. Half the time, I text him random facts or thoughts I have throughout my day, those don’t always need a response back. However, I do want to know he is acknowledging me through reading my texts.

Yes, from time to time I will spam him and make him respond to my messages so we can make plans or I can know what he is doing with his day but it’s not like I plan out his every move for him or care if he is getting drunk with the boys on a Wednesday, not my issue.

I don’t ask for all of his time or anything. I know he is a busy person. All I ask for him to text me back on a regular basis (once an hour to be exact), for him to allow for me to know where he is at all times and to get one night a week with him.

I don’t plan to show up where he is or anything, I simply just like to know information and get a weekly time with him. I don’t care if I only see him that one night a week, I just want one night with a movie or dinner or snuggles so I can get my boyfriend time.

The rest of the time he is his own person, and I couldn’t really care less about what he does in that time.

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The Last Goodbyes

A Little Too Late...Or Is It?
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Rebecca's Point of View:

I can't believe today's the day, it felt like just yesterday that I walked into Clair's Boutique for my first day on the job. Before I drive to the airport, I am going to stop at the store to say my last goodbyes to everyone. I don't want Alan and I to leave things as they are right now. We still haven't resolved the fight thag happened on Wednesday. I miss him so much and it hurts to know that we might never see eachother again. I just can't believe all that we've been through a fight is going to tear us apart. I almost lost him once, I don't want to lose him a second time.

As I enter the store, the first person I see is Clair. She walks over to me with a big smile on her face and engulfs me in a hug. When she pulls away she says, "I still can't believe you're leaving, we're going to miss you so much!"

"I can't believe I am either, I never thought an opportunity like this would come around. Where is Mr. Brooks? I was hoping to say goodbye to him too."

"He's been locked in his office since yesterday. He doesn't seem like he's in a good mood, but go ahead. Are you two going through something right now?"

"Yea, we're going through a rough patch."

"Oh, I'm so sorry, I hope you two can work it out!"

"Thanks, I really appreciate it." Then I turn away from her and head to his office. His door is open just a crack and I can see that his head is in his hands. I knock and I enter, "Hey, as you know I am going to leave for the airport, but I wanted to stop by and say my goodbyes. So I guess this is it, do you have anything you want to say to me before I go, probably forever!"

He doesn't look at me but says, "Have a safe trip and good luck in New York."

"Oh, thanks." Before I leave, I stand in the doorway and look at him, but he's still avoiding eye contact. So I turn and leave. I was hoping he would say 'come back,' but he never does.

Clair's Point of View:

After Clair left I was trying to think of a plan to get Mr. Brooks attention off from her. So I decided to find him and eat lunch together. When I come across him, he's already in the break room sulking. "How are you doing?"

"Ok."

"I don't mean to pry but is everything alright between you and Rebecca?"

"No, it's not."

"I'm here if you want to talk about it."

"I just can't believe that everything we've been through she'd go behind my back. She means the world to me, but I don't know if I can trust her anymore. We had a big fight on Wednesday and we didn't resolve it. Now she's going to be in New York at her new job, and I'll probably never see her again."

"I'm so sorry, yeah you two have been through a lot together. It sucks that a small fight would tear your two apart. But You're right you can't trust her anymore, you're too good for her anyways."

"Yeah we have been through a lot together and you're right, one little fight shouldn't make or break us. Couples go through this all the time and they push through it and they don't give up."

"Wait, what? Did you hear about the second part I said?"

"I have to go and too that plane before it's too late." He quickly jumps out of the chair, sprints to his office to get his keys, and runs out the door.

Mr. Brooks Point of View:

I drive as fast as I can, hoping the police don't pull me over. I hope I can make it in time to stop her from leaving. I finally reach the airport, find a parking spot, and sprint towards the entrance. I quickly find a screen with the gate numbers listed and I scan for the one to New York. I find it and run to gate number 36. As I'm sprinting to the gate, I hear an announcement saying, "Last call for gate number 36 to New York City." I start to panic and sprint even faster trying to avoid all of the people. I reach the gate and the doors are closed, I turn to the assistant and ask her, "Is there anyway I can board the plane?"

"Sorry, but once the doors shut, they stay closed. But if you need more assistance you can go to the courtesy desk."

"Look, I'm sorry but you don't understand. This isn't my flight, my girlfriend is on there. We had a huge fight, and now she's leaving to New York and I may never see her again!"

"I'm sorry sir, but the plane is almost ready for take off."

I notice the plane moving towards the runway and I realize it's too late. "Thank you for your time." I look through one of the big windows and watch her leave with tears running down my face I was too late.


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