Saturday, September 25, 2010

Just a few things I like about fall.
1. Mountains and colored trees of North Carolina.
They are the most beautiful I have ever seen! When you are on top of a mountain and looking out, there are endless waves of color.
2. School buses.
Buses are so cheerful. Full of happy children and on there way to a new adventure. Let me say however, I don't like to be behind one at 7:30 in the morning! But if I do find myself playing stop and go, I love it when a smiling face waves at me. Just gives me a warm fuzzy.
3. Pumpkin pie.
No comment necessary. Ha ha!
4. Pumpkin spice latte.
My new addiction thanks to a blog friend. ( You know who you are.) Ha ha
5. Pumpkin donuts. Yum yum!
I first encountered this treat in Greenville. One of those late night visits to Krispy Kream. Well needless to say, when fall comes around, I am on the hunt for a fix!

6. All things pumpkin!

7. Leaves.

8. Jackets.

Finally the weather is cool again to start layering. Jackets and sweaters of all shapes and sizes. Oh don't forget the scarves! Definitely a must! I think I'll turn the AC down and start pulling my fall clothes out for a fashion show. Fun Fun! Yesterday the temperature was 93! Ugh!

and you!

Thanks for stopping by.

Happy Fall y'all!


Bonnie said...

Had to laugh about the pumpkin spice latte! Ha Ha! I haven't had one from Dunkin Donuts yet, just Starbucks...I will have to give Dunkin Donuts a try the next time I go to Wal Mart. (we have a cute little Dunkin Donuts inside of our Wal Mart). I am also looking forward to layering clothes and scarves. Pretty soon I will be able to get out my extra long black and gold Steelers scarf. I had it custom made last Fall. I will be showing it off sooner or later on my blog. Speaking of loving all things pumpkin...I've got the same problem! I just made pumpkin bread today and it is sooooo yummy!

Peggy said...

Ha ha so funny, you knew I was thing about you. Oh my I didn't know Wal-Mart had a Dunkin Donut store. Lucky you. We only have McDonalds. Yum yum I love pumpkin bread. Be sure to share the recipe.