that time of year again when you embrace all the traditions of fall. Here's a
guide on some of them.
first, there are the indoor activities, like drinking apple cider and baking
pumpkin pie. The sweet smell of cinnamon should entice your house and you'll
just want to dive right in. If you’re lucky enough to have a fireplace, take
full advantage of the crackling fire and snuggle on the couch and watch movies.
on to the outside activities, which obviously include leaves. Leaves could have
their own article, but that would get boring, and I don't want to put people to
sleep. But in fall, the leaves turn vibrant shades of orange, yellow, and red.
Then they fall, and that's pretty to watch as they do, and it gives you a
feeling of peace. Once they get on the ground, that's when the fun really
starts. You get rakes and pile up the leaves. Once you get a pile bigger than a
person, you want to get a as far away as possible; a mile if you have to. Then
run as fast as you can, like you’re a fangirl trying to buy One Direction
tickets. When you get to the pile, jump into it, and feel the crunch of the
leaves as bits and pieces go everywhere. Other than that, there are tons of fall
fashions, including boots and hoodies.
week there will be a article all about Halloween.