Many are disappointed that summer has come to an end. There are no more beach trips or sandals, no more s’mores by the campfire, and school begins once again. But for me, the end of the summer marks the beginning of my favorite season of the year, and it’s not just because of all the pumpkin spice flavors.
Where there is fall, there are apple and pumpkin pies, chicken noodle soup, sweaters and blankets. Not to mention the glorious sound of fallen leaves crunching beneath your feet as you walk. I even enjoy raking the leaves in my yard! It is the best time of the year to curl up under soft layers, drink a hot cup of tea and read all the books in my growing to-be-read pile. And don’t forget about watching football with friends and family every week—and all the food that comes with it.
For the ultimate in comfort clothing, food and activities, autumn is the only season for me. And if this doesn’t convince you that fall is the greatest season, find yourself a place to go apple picking, and get some yourself some apple cider donuts—I promise they won’t disappoint.