Autumn, The Comfort Season

The fall season is the time of year between summer and winter during which temperatures gradually decrease. It is often called fall in the United States because leaves fall from the trees at that time. Autumn is usually defined in Europe as the period between the Autumnal equinox (equal in length of day and night), and the Winter solstice (shortest day of the year).

Autumn is one of the most packed holiday seasons. There’s the back to school rush, Halloween, Thanksgiving. Of course Christmas, is just four days into Winter. These holidays, are all very, family orientated holidays.

This is a season to be thankful, to make memories and to be surrounded by the people you love.

It’s a perfect time to change up your decorations, add orange, red and yellow colors and pull out the spice-scented candles and let’s not forget the foods. You generally eat really well during this season compared to the rest of the year. Autumn is the best time of year, because, it’s also the most scenic if you love being outdoors. It is all about family, food and creating memories.

Fall rolls around and it creates a flood of memories and reminds me of being home, warmth, a sense of peace and thankfulness that I hope to convey to those around me.

With cooler temperatures rolling in, saying goodbye to summer’s and hello to fall is not a hard thing to do especially after this summers heat.

All the leaves from the trees and plants change into multi-colored works of art and fall away. It creates bare, and vulnerable branches, revealing the true scenery underneath. The maple trees are especially vibrant with colors of red, golden yellow and combinations of both. Autumn represents a beautiful cycle of loss, regeneration and re-growth once the spring season comes around.

The dead leaves and branches on the ground disintegrate and turn into part of the soil, which are used as seeds and fertilizer later once the cold welcomes the warmer weather.

Nothing can relax and rejuvenate one more than enjoying nature and the surrounds. This season is perfect for taking for time to go camping, fishing, go on a road trip or anything else where you can spend quality time with family and eat good food. Make hot cocoa, light a fire in the fire-pit or fireplace telling stories or just taking it all in. This season creates a sense of comfort, warmth and reflection.

There are many reasons why I love fall and why I think it’s the best season, but here were just a few.

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