Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Fall is coming!!!

It's chilly in the mornings - I need pants & a jacket when I take Jeff out in the wee hours.

I'm pretty excited. Fall is quite lovely after the hot summers in Kansas.

In celebration, here are a few things I love about fall:

  • Yoga pants (they make my butt look great)
  • Long sleeve running t-shirts
  • Hoodies
  • My super awesome slippers
  • The Twin Cities Marathon
  • Running capris (I feel so fast in them)
  • Knee-high boots 
  • Everything becomes pumpkin flavored
  • Crunchy leaves
  • Running is insanely easy after a hot summer

As soon as I post this, I will probably think of 10 more things I love about fall.
Honestly, this is why I stay in the Mid-west: the seasons, seeing changes, having a different environment for a little bit, knowing that even when I'm complaining, there will be another change soon enough. I'm sure places like Southern California or Hawaii are nice. Amazing, most likely. Me? I like a little change every now and then. I'm almost positive that after awhile, all that sunshine would get to me.


4 comments:

  1. Hey lady, I can now comment on your blogs. Although I am loving the cooler running temps, I hate the end of summer. Fall is a great season but it is like Sunday afternoon, you know Monday (winter) is coming fast.

    Dee Anna

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    1. Woo-hoo for commenting! I typically just ignore Monday until it arrives like a smack in the face.

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  2. Becky (Philly Run-atic)September 13, 2012 at 1:10 PM

    I hate being cold but I don't mind Winter - if for no other reason than it makes you appreciate the change of seasons all the more (seriously - is there any better feeling than that first day you can wear a sundress again?? you would totally lose that if you had warm weather year round).

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  3. How about the best apples of the year? And the beautiful fall colors. And don't forget football......if you are into that sport.
    I like the list. Kind of daydreaming about the yoga pants though :)

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