Wednesday, September 19, 2007

They're back!





Just a little something I enjoy about the fall. A few of my favorite changes--a chill in the air, hot chocolate at night, hunting for fall leaves (and I do mean hunting--autumn is not obvious here in the southwest), planning for the holidays, and school supplies. I love new crayons and glue!!! What are you looking forward to?

22 comments:

Kimberly said...

Oooo...candy corn! My old nemesis!

I'm looking forward to wind storms, foggy mornings, and long rambling walks in the crisp afternoons.

So, yes, weather change mostly.

---KCN--- said...

I read once in a Junie B. Jones book that Candy Corn is not really corn at all! I'm not sure I'm ready to believe it.

Junie B. also said that you shouldn't carve teeth in your jack-o-lantern's face because in the middle of the night it will wake up and eat your feet!

But really, my favorite part about fall is that it (finally!) drops below 100 degrees. Ahhh...

No Cool Story said...

I love me some candy corn.
Fall is the bestest season ever.

I'm looking forward to boots, sweaters, pumpkin pies, hot cocoa.

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

hi jen:
i love all those things, too! good to see you today friend :)

take care primary prez,
hope your new calling is going great for you,
kathleen :)

Eve said...

I look forward to black berry picking on the side of the road.
My birthday.
I love Halloween.
I hate the cold.
Can't I have the seasons without freezing to death?

Geo said...

concord grapes
canyon walks
sleeping under quilts
camping & campfires
quiet afternoons
wonderful autumnal smells

Tylershark said...

I love all those things.

Crisp air
Halloween
Soccer
College football
School supplies
Fall colors
Long pants
Anticipation of holidays to come

Jennifer B. said...

Kim,sounds wonderful!

KCN, I'll never sleep the same on Halloween again! Enjoy those brisk 90 degree days for me. Brrr.

NCS, I think fall is my favorite season. Isn't it fun?

Thanks, Grateful. I'm doing great--I have a fantastic presidency and am very well supported. It's going to be so much fun!

Eve, sorry about the cold. When is your birthday???

Geo, how lovely.

Tyler, do you ever think of hot punch on the first rainy day of the season? Or feel like coloring Halloween pictures as you listen to General Conference? Ah, memories!

Tylershark said...

If you're here in two weeks I'll get out the crayons during conference. You won't want to do much else if you finish the marathon.

Carrot Jello said...

I look forward to Halloween and my birthday...and Thanksgiving...and pie. Oh, and candy corn.

Jennifer B. said...

Hey Carrot! I like those things too. When is your birthday?

Rebecca said...

well - all the opposites, of course :) Warmer weather, shedding some of our heavier clothes, swimming, long, long days, bbq's, the beach....

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

hi jen: glad for you and your group that this is going well for you guys. i am not even surprised :)

take care,
kathleen

Special K ~Toni said...

Hot chocolate and apple cider!

wynne said...

If you don't know by now, you haven't been by my blog.

But, oh, heavens, there is so much good stuff going on in the fall! What is there not to love? After all, I'm not going to school anymore.

Hot chocolate, Halloween, leaves changing color, snuggy sweats, pumpkins, corn mazes, Thanksgiving, and Christmas around the corner, etc & etc.

Ah, fall!

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

hope all is well in your universe this day jen. take care, kathleen

Jennifer B. said...

Rebecca, enjoy the weather!

Thanks Grateful!

Hi Toni =) I love those too.

Thanks for stopping by Wynne. I enjoyed your list and I can't wait to see how your contests turn out!

compulsive writer said...

Fresh apple anything, falling leaves, cooler nights and grabbing that first sweater.

bookworm said...

I love EVERYTHING about fall. Leaves, Halloween, candy, apples, pies, oh and I forgot. Fall is usually the season where I get to see a lot of family which is this the best thing I love about fall.

elasticwaistbandlady said...

Houston to cool down to a bone-chilling 85 degrees....

We hit 100 percent humidity all this week and it's the end of September.

Jennifer B. said...

CW, I'm with ya.

Bookworm, Aw that was heartwarming.

EWL, Yikes! Looks like it's time to have a blogger convention here in the southwest.

Emily said...

Mmmm, everything you mentioned and pumpkins aglow and baking yummy things, and bundling up. I love all of it!