Autumn = Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice (and not nice) about the Weather

Ah, Fall, that wonderful time of the year when we wonder if it’s too soon to turn the heater on (yes, yes it is). There’s a pleasant chill in the air, a linger scent of pumpkin spice on the wind, and just enough football to sate anyone who loves the game (and hates referees).



It’s cuddle weather for some. Sweater weather for others. But, I think everyone agrees that a good blanket can save on heating bills.

It’s the time of year when people visit apple orchards, carve pumpkins, wear spooky clothes, eat candy corn [the most vegetables I eat all year], and remember what a jacket is.

We wade through long lines looking for the newest product infused with pumpkin spice.

Some of us fight for the last drop of summer. Even the weather can’t make up its mind. Thursday will have rain, Friday will have sun, Saturday will have both and it’ll be hot and humid. It’s one of the fun things about autumn in Michigan: you never know what you’re going to get. You wear a jacket in the morning, shorts in the afternoon, and carry an umbrella just in case (or because you’re a proper gentleman).

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Meh. Close enough; it’s still the Midwest. (From

In the end, it’s up to you. But I think fall is a great time to snuggle under a blanket and scream at the TV at a bunch of people doing a thankless job {but they do earn it so well}.



About bkreuch

I like to read, I like to write, and I like to make people laugh.
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