What is your favorite season? Summer, Autumn, Winter, or Spring?
All of them, since every single one of them has something to offer.
Spring - time of growth, blooming flowers, newly appearing greenery and promise of new life.
Summer - with its warmth, best holidays time, time of lazying around in the warm sun and long days and bright nights.
Autumn - days filled with colourful leaves, harvest, red apples and hot potatoes shared with friends.
Winter - time of quiet and peace, when everything is covered in white snow, appearing completely clean, making you forget about the ugliness of the world.
Autumn is definitely my favorite season, although I like Veroniquebees answer that each season has something to offer. Autumn is absolutely perfect for me though. The weather is not too hot or too cold. Comfortable days with slightly breezy nights only requiring a light jacket. The scenery becomes absolutely stunning with the changing leaves. Every day offers something new to look at as they change from green to yellow to orange and then finally ending in the most spectacular red. My birthday and one of my favorite holiday also fall in the season as well.
My favorite time of year is spring. The trees begin to turn green. The birds come back from there winter homes. The warmer weather after the cold stuff is more than welcome. Wildlife multiply with little animals running all over the place. Everything smells so fresh and clean.
I love fall it's not to hot and not to cold. The colors are so pretty. I have no use at all for winter. I don't even like it at Christmas because the kids have to travel on icy roads. It can be pretty, first snow and all of that but that’s all it’s got going for it.
I like winter the best, at least one remains active. Heat slows me down.
I believe its autumn because September's are so gorgeous around here. You get inspired to make amazing soups and enjoying the cooling weather.
Autumn! I love how the air is nice and clean & crisp, and the humidity is more or less gone. Also love the bright fall colors, and all of the fall foods like apple cider, cider donuts, pumpkin flavored things etc. And after a summer of heat I love cuddling under a blanket with a book adn sweatshirt weather!
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by Holle Abee 12 years ago
I totally enjoy summer, but autumn is my fave. I love fires, sweaters, pumpkins, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and getting ready for Christmas!
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