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September 20, 2003

There's nothing more beautiful than

There's nothing more beautiful than fall in Indiana. It's my favorite season--by far. This weekend marks the end of summer, and while it was a blast, I'm pumped for fall. Today there isn't a cloud in the sky, and it's a brisk 61 degrees right now (supposed to warm up to 70).

Football weather is upon us, and I'm sorry for all you SEC fans out there, but football weather does NOT include sweating to death in a dress! It's blue jeans and a sweater (preferably red for IU or black for DePauw). And while football games are fun, fall gets us one step closer to the season of the real sport.

I've never seen the leaves change with a more vibrant array of color than in Indiana (more in southern Indiana). It really is breathtaking. Driving with the sunroof down the curvy roads of Brown County in fall just lifts the spirit.

And of course, who could not love pumpkins? I'm a big fan of raking leaves and carving pumpkins! And if you haven't had roasted pumpkin seeds, you really are missing out.

And hayrides! Hayrides are great. Sit next to the boy you've had a crush on and drink your warm apple cider and look at stars. It just doesn't get any better!

Sorry to bring you on that little Robert Frost moment, but I needed a diversion from my trusts and estates reading.


Posted by Lawren at September 20, 2003 10:48 AM

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