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Ready For Fall

Yea, I said it.  I'm officially counting down for cooler days, scarves, my birthday, stews, Halloween, Thanksgiving, etc, etc.

                                 I'll be thrilled to wear cardigans/scarves again soon

Ugh, just looking at that pic above is making my fingernails sweat.  It is bloody HOT in Florida in the summer, yes we know.  However, every year, I seem to believe more regularly "this is THE HOTTEST year, right???"  It's gross hot, instant headache inducing hot, I want to punch a penguin hot.  That last example is quite dramatic.  I have nothing against penguins other than during summer when they seem to always be in freezing climates.

So with fall on my mind and my mind on fall, let's make this year's first quintessential blogger "I can't wait for fall!!" post:

1. I love how in fall an evening walk can happen before 8pm.  The sun and sky are gorge, the air more crisp, and just the overall vibe is peaceful.

2. I make chili like twice a year and yes, fall kicks that off.  I make damn good turkey chili and am proud of it.

3. Harvest themes, festivals, and pumpkins!  A little trick I do to treat myself (see what I did there? Huh, Huh?) to less unpacking and repacking decor this time of year is decorate in high amounts of pumpkins that work for Halloween and then transition into a Thanksgiving harvest motif. #suchathinker

4. Halloween is my fave holiday ever.  Love the spookiness, the sweet treats, the dress up potential.  Oh and the movies!  My God man, the movies are the best part of Halloween!

5. I'm going to list football but let me be clear; I myself am not a big fan of the sport itself.  But my Hunter loves it so while he enjoys that I usually catch up on everything else on this list that I adore about fall.  And I do enjoy tailgate food/drinkies so there's that.

I'm going to go drink more water now because, yea extra extra extra hydration required in Florida middle of July.  Wake me when September comes.

Let's meet again,
M

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