My Favorite Time of the Year

Fall and Winter is my favorite time of the year… if you factor out the snow. Specifically, I really enjoy late September through mid-January.

In late September and October, the trees start changing color. Beautiful shades of red and yellow. The smell of burning leaves and backyard fires. I love apple cider. It may be my favorite drink, but I only drink it in the fall. The exclusivity of apple cider makes it special. And let’s not forget all things apple cider flavored.

30175_easy_pumpkin_pieNext comes November. Fall is in full swing. With Halloween over, it’s only s few weeks until Thanksgiving. November heralds delicious pumpkin pie! No one made it better than “Aunt Betty”. She wasn’t my aunt, just a family friend, but she made the BEST pumpkin pie. I’ve never had a better one. And of course, I love all things pumpkin spice. mmmmmmm. The smell of turkey at Thanksgiving dinner with mashed potatoes and gravy. Cranberry sauce. Stuffing. There is no better dinner than a Thanksgiving dinner. And after Thanksgiving, you can make a DELICIOUS Holiday Turkey Sandwich will all of the leftovers!

2013-12-20 20.36.17Next up on the calendar: DECEMBER! Christmas is quickly approaching! The music of Christmas fills the air, even if the radio stations start playing it the day after Halloween. It’s so joyful, uplifting, and happy. Accompanying the music is, of course, the decorations. Putting up the tree with a fun Christmas movie on the TV (normally Elf or The Santa Clause) Oh how I love elaborate holiday displays. It’s no secret that I dream of one day having a “Clark Griswold” house, every inch covered in lights. Then there’s the food! Christmas cookie. Peppermint.

No doubt, this is my favorite season… if only there wasn’t snow.

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