Don’t you just love it?Â I do.Â Fall is my favourite season.Â In hotter climes, I usually welcome autumn with relief.Â With my sun allergies, being in dry, hot weather can be a real nuisance.Â Not that I don’t enjoy nice weather, I just can’t enjoy like most people can.[ad#ad-1]
Of course, there are other reasons for loving fall.Â One is the change in colour.Â Some places are more dramatic than others, but I’m seeing the changes all around right now.Â I always get nostalgic for the times when we’d run and jump on a pile of leaves, or even looking for the multi-coloured leaves that have fallen.Â The spicy scent in the air and the crackling sound of dry leaves always take me back to those days.Â The sight, sounds, and scent is not the same over here, but there are other things to take its place.
Halloween would be a big commercial event at this time in the US.Â Stores would have everything set for trick-or-treating or a spooky party or decorating your yard.Â I think I’ve seen one effigy here, and a small selection of costumes at a local shop.Â However, Bonfire Night is a totally different affair, and I can’t wait for that.Â I don’t know if we’ll go to Devil’s Dyke again for Halloween or try to find something spookier.
One of the things I miss is the smell of pumpkin pie and spiced apple cider.Â Luckily, I waxed some bears in that cinnamon scent, so it helps bring back some of those memories.Â I also mixed it with a woodlands Christmas scent, giving it that wonderful Christmasy-fall-winter smell.
I wish I had more time to just sit, relax and enjoy the season.Â Unfortunately, we’ll have to get busy packing up and trying to move.