Autumn. I love everything about it.
(Or Fall to our American friends!)
From early Autumn when I can still wear my flip flops (because I hate sweaty feet!) to the throws (no pun intended) of Autumn when I like socks and boots or cosy slippers.
From early Autumn when I can still sit in the garden with hubby with said flip flops on, writing my goals, sipping on a herbal tea, dog at my feet, 8yo pottering in an out. To the throws of Autumn when I’ve got the layers on, the rugs under my feet and we’re planning various home projects from dining room rejigs with feature walls , and bathroom refits to a kitchen refurbishment.
From early Autumn when the temperature in the air changes after a balmy summer, when you can feel the air changing and you feel the slightly damp and cold air after stepping outside for the first time in a morning. To the throws of Autumn when there’s a definite crispness to the air, a cool feel as you pull your jacket collar up closer around your neck to keep the chill out.
From early Autumn when I slip a thin jacket on over my top to go outside, to keep the slight chill out. To the throws of Autumn when the jacket gets thicker and I keep my gloves in my pockets, just in case, because I can’t stand cold hands.
From early Autumn when I begin to sort through my summer clothes and dig out the thicker clothes in a bid to declutter. To the throws of Autumn when the thick coats have firmly taken their place on the coat pegs that were barely used in the Summer.
From early Autumn when I determinedly still hang my washing out on a semi-dry day just to get some air to it. To the throws of Autumn when a load of washing goes straight in the tumble drier because we’ve really no room for a clothes horse and anyway, drying clothes inside is bad for your health and the house.
From early Autumn when I love to see the sparkle of fairy lights in our hygged-up living room and I can see them slightly earlier as the nights begin to draw in. To the throws of Autumn when the clocks go back, the blinds get pulled, the sparkly fairy lights go on and a little bit of indulgence in the form of hibernation begins. 🙂
What do you love about Autumn? Tell me in the comments below or tweet me @AllSortsHere . I’d love to know!
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