Ce que j'aime en automne

ce que j'aime en automne

Suite au dernier défi listes de Zenopia, je vous avais promis de vous confier cette fois ce que j’aime en automne. La liste pourrait être longue. Je vais tenter de synthétiser 🙂 .
La fin de l’été est un passage difficile à traverser. Finis les pieds nus dans les sandales, les sorties sans manteau, mais une fois entrée dans l’automne, je découvre d’autres plaisirs et d’autres avantages.

Ce que j’aime en automne…

  • Les couleurs de la forêt
  • Aller ramasser les châtaignes , les champignons je n’ai pas assez confiance en moi pour le faire, je prendrais trop de risques!

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  • Manger du potiron, des champignons, des châtaignes.
  • Le retour des soupes !

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  • Le bruit des pas sur les feuilles mortes en forêt.

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  • Le retour des pulls, gros gilets, capes et ponchos.
  • Si il pleut, vive les journées ou les soirées cocooning/lecture à la maison cachée sous une douce couverture.

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  • Mettre des grosses chaussettes à la maison
  • Allumer les bougies qui vont parfumer la maison d’odeurs sucrées comme la cannelle, l’orange épicée, crumble rhubarbe, tarte tatin…

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  • Faire de la marche rapide sans être en nage (surtout de la tête c’est ma spécialité! )
  • Les feux de cheminée.

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  • Profiter du soleil rasant de l’après-midi pour partir bien emmitouflée faire une série de photos de saison.

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Et vous? Qu’aimez-vous en automne?

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13 Comments

  1. bypimprenelle

    J’aime aussi tout cela ! Et faire griller les marrons et les chamaillows ! Reprendre le tricot, les jeux de sociétés les dîners gouter, le chocolat chaud au retour de balade …

  2. Marie Kléber

    L’automne est de loin ma saison préférée Sophie. J’aime ses couleurs, ses odeurs, sa chaleur, ses bruits. C’est la saison pendant laquelle j’aime faire des projets mais surtout prendre le temps de vivre et recharger les batteries.
    Belle journée à toi!
    Marie

  3. Marie Kléber

    L’automne est de loin ma saison préférée Sophie. J’aime ses couleurs, ses odeurs, sa chaleur, ses bruits. C’est la saison pendant laquelle j’aime faire des projets mais surtout prendre le temps de vivre et recharger les batteries.
    Belle journée à toi!

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  5. nadine

    c’est plus facile que la liste de ce qu’on déteste en automne !
    J’aime tout pareil que toi et le plus du plus, c’est de marcher dans les feuilles mortes.

  6. monneron florence

    exactement les mêmes choses que toi et comme je voulais faire un article sur ce thème sur mon blog aujourd’hui, va falloir que je me creuse la tête ou bien changer d’idée !!!!!!!!! galère!!!!!!

    1. Sophie

      Tu as le droit d’avoir les mêmes idées et les mêmes goûts que d’autres 🙂
      Bises Florence

  7. Imagin' &Vous - Conseil en Image - Relooking

    Les couleurs de l’automne bien sûr !
    Les odeurs aussi avec ces bougies que l’on rallume pour créer une douce atmosphère surtout en fin de journée d’un dimanche automnal, encore doux et ensoleillé…
    A paris, peu de feux de cheminées malheureusement et c’est dommage.

    1. Sophie

      Je ne fais pas de feu de cheminée chez moi non plus:) mais seulement quand nous partons en week-end en escapade dans une petite maison à la campagne.
      Merci pour ton passage .

  8. chantal SEVESTRE

    Les mêmes choses et j’ajouterai aller en forêt ramasser des champignons, cette année la nature est généreuse et une poêlée de cèpes vient agrémentée mes repas régulièrement.

    1. Sophie

      J’aimerais être sure de moi et ne pas avoir peur de me tromper pour les champignons, car j’adore cela!
      Bienvenue sur mon petit blog.

  9. zenopia

    J’aime les mêmes choses que toi 🙂
    Bisous

    1. Sophie

      Bisous bonne journée!

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