I love you, summer. But autumn and I have had this date with each other from the beginning.
(You get a cookie if you catch that reference.)
In autumn I surround myself with deep people and deep books. It's a time of depth, to create roots to last through the winter and its gloomy days.
Another very autumn-like morning! *sigh* While I'm not sure I'm ready to say good-bye to summer just yet, I know I'm ready to say hello to autumn.
There's something so magical about seeing leaves flutter towards the earth. I'm not sure there's a word to describe the feeling, but maybe that's the beauty of words–sometimes they're not enough to capture our feelings.
Autumn is the absolute perfect season to have schoolwork. It keeps you busy so you don't get too depressed because of the darker days, and what better weather to curl up with chunky textbooks than weather for bulky sweaters, scarfs and socks and hot beverages with cookies?
Autumn means I can finally stand my laptop on my lap again. And if we're being honest, use it as a lap warmer too. Admit it. You do it too.