Fall Fever

After a cold and brutal winter, the first sign of warm weather makes people start acting all crazy. People call this Spring Fever. I guess that’s because people wake up after their winter hibernation and they want to go out, be social, meet new people, and find love. While I enjoy that first bit of warmer weather before the humidity of Summer sets in, I don’t really get Spring Fever. In fact, I mostly associate Spring as the season where:

  • The nice weather doesn’t last long enough. (Just call it Early Summer.)
  • All the bugs come out to play. (I don’t do bugs.)
  • It seems everyone who can’t drive is out on the road. (I don’t have road rage, I swear.)
  • There is EVIL POLLEN. (Allergies should die.)
  • That’s just part of the reason why Spring isn’t really the top of my favorite season list. Although, don’t get me wrong, I do love all the vibrant colors of all the flowers and trees blooming but it’s just not as amazing as Fall is to me.

    Where I lack in Spring Fever, I certainly MORE than make up for with my FALL FEVER! My Fall Fever is SO extreme it needs to be diagnosed and medicated. Want proof? You’ll have it when you see all of the Halloween stuff I bought last weekend in an upcoming post. Today is the first REALLY cool day and it’s not even officially Fall yet, but I know it’s coming and it just puts me in this dreamy state of mind. It plants within me this seed of hope and has me really wishing to find someone special. I feel like the magic of this time of year would just be even more magical if I had someone to share it with. While I trust God’s timing, I’ve been praying a lot lately that He will bring someone into my life and that I will have the courage and wisdom to handle it.

    Other than that, this weekend there’s a fun Church event happening for all the volunteers. It’s a big Tailgate party! I’m really excited for it now that my Community Group is participating in it together! As a single person with a hatchback car, I wasn’t really sure about going but now that I’ll be hanging with my group, I’m all about it! I’m going to make some yummy dips and bring chips and we’re going to SWEEP all the awards (tackiest tailgate, best food, etc.)! And hey, even if we don’t win any awards, at least a fun time will have been had by all. I will take pictures and I’m praying the rain doesn’t ruin our fun!

    I also still have 2 other picture posts coming soon! Hopefully this weekend. For now, I leave you with a couple more Fall Finds on Pinterest and a discussion question!


    Fall Bucket List Pumpkin Cupcakes with Pumpkin Spiced Cream Cheese Frosting

    Do you get FALL or SPRING fever and what are your symptoms of either (or both)?

    3 Responses to Fall Fever

    1. Samantha says:

      I AM SO EXCITED FOR FALL. It’s the best season, hands down. If I could move to a country that is fall weather all year round I would do it.

    2. Claudia says:

      I get itchy for everything, but I really do love fall. Right around the corner is (Canadian) Thanksgiving, my wedding anniversary, my birthday, Halloween…lots of fun to be had in this season for certain!

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