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Dear Autumn, How I Love Thee...

Now that it actually feels like fall (a couple of weeks ago, it was still in the 80-degree area), I'm just so darn happy. ;)  Autumn is my favorite time of year.  Here are 10 reasons why:

Pumpkin spice latte
Beautifully colored leaves

Rocket Dog Sweater Boots - but mine are brown.  Sooooo comfy!


And of course - pumpkin pie!

Decorating the house

Our wedding anniversary is the day before Halloween

Our wedding cake toppers - I put them out every year


Dressing up
(Halloween 2009)

Can you see why this is my most favorite time of year?

This post was brought to you by Working Mommy Wednesday's prompt to list your Top Ten anything!


Jennie said…
I am grinning from ear to ear that you had Halloween cake toppers on your wedding cake! And I thought *I* liked Halloween more than anyone! That is awesome! I found myself nodding in agreement with almost every single one of your list items. This is truly the best time of year. LOVE fall!
Quadmama said…
I love the beginning of fall... the crisp air, searching for pumpkins. I can live without the dreary end of fall weather. So I'll enjoy this while I can!
kt moxie said…
Awesome wedding with the Halloween theme! And I love your wedding dress. :)
Julia Ladewski said…
i'm such a halloween freak too. my friend had a halloween themed reception for her wedding, costumes and all.
i love pumpkins and decorating!!! we are list halloween sisters!!
Oooh I love those sweater boots!
Susan DiMickele said…
This is my favorite time of year. Happy WMW!
Actuary Mom said…
I love the pumpkin spice latte, it makes me very happy!
Gina said…
Love, love, love pumpkin pie!
BARBIE said…
I ADORE those wedding cake toppers, are those not the cutest things EVER?? My list looks very much like yours. I always wished I'd have a kid in October so I could throw a big old Halloween birthday party every year.... no luck yet :)

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