Fall, The Season Of Thanks

Fall, why fall?
Because the air has a crispness that fills your lungs with a coolness that soothes and refreshes.
The summer slips away slowly, and autumn radiantly glows brighter every day dipping everything in hues of red, yellow, and gold.
The ground crackles happily as you walk through carpets of fallen leaves.
Frost starts to tickle everything in delicate lace appliques.
Fluffy warm blankets, socks, and favourite cosies are pulled out of hiding and freshened up for another season of snuggling.
Fireplaces are dusted off and stocked up ready to warm hearts as much as warm toes.
Does anyone smell turkey cooking in the oven, maybe a pie too? And who wants a hot chocolate?
The season of thanks.
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2 thoughts on “Fall, The Season Of Thanks”

  1. You have done an admirable job telling the world why Autumn is your favorite season. 🙂
    I do love Thanksgiving turkey and dressing and sweet potato pie, and….and mmmmmm.
    I, too, love the crackle of fallen leaves underfoot, but just can’t get past the cold up north that comes with the beauty.

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