A mber leaves and golden fields glisten in the morning sun
as farmers work each day to finish the harvest.
After all is done, the warmth of family welcomes them home.
U nfazed by the moonlight, a football field fills to the brim
as school colors filter into the stands full of hopeful fans.
All the while, friends huddle under blankets avoiding the chill.
T rucks fill pumpkin patches as families pick out decorations for
and friends enjoy corn mazes, hayrack rides, and haunted trails.
The excitement for Halloween grows like a wildfire as the day
U nder each roof, families come together for Thanksgiving:
savory turkey, green beans, and pumpkin pie.
The rest of the day is spent visiting with satisfied appetites.
M any girls search their closets to find sweaters
for warmth and comfort as they try to ward off the crisp autumn
Wrapped in soft, cozy cotton, the evening soon becomes as
exciting as ever.
N othing can compete with all I love about fall:
candy apples, pumpkin spice, sweaters, and fallen leaves.
Needless to say, I am partial to the
and football lights.