Regardless of your relationship status, spooky season is upon us, and it’s time to take full advantage of it.
Did your summer fling become a full-time romance? Are you already courting someone for cuffing season? Maybe you’re in a long-term relationship and are ready to celebrate a tradition? Or perhaps you and your friends are all living up the single life but want to have a photo shoot or pet a cute goat?
Here are some COVID-19 friendly activities to do with your boo!
– Grab some pumpkin pie or a bag of candy corn and invite them over for a Halloween movie marathon. Whether it’s horror movies or childhood favorites, pick some flicks, sit back and relax.
– Tanner’s Orchard is a fall favorite for Bradley students. Pet some goats, get a pumpkin doughnut and get lost in the corn maze.
– For a more adventurous outing, take a walk at a nearby cemetery. Why not go to Springdale and visit Lydia? Just be sure to watch out for black cats crossing your path.
– Bake an autumn treat with your sweetheart (pumpkin bars are my go-to). If you aren’t the best in the kitchen, you can always pick up some sugar cookies from the local grocery store and decorate them together.
– Traditional pumpkin carving is always a good time. Pick up a pumpkin from a local pumpkin patch or at the store and have some fun. If carving isn’t quite your thing, then grab a brush and get to painting.
– Want to soak up those autumn views? Take a cruise down Grandview Drive and enjoy the changing colors.
– Sometimes a walk is just what you need. Check out Laura Bradley Park not far from campus. Better yet, bring a blanket and a snack and make it a picnic!
COVID-19 might be putting a damper on 2020, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a fun fall with your boo. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. When life gives you pumpkins, you make pumpkin pie.