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If you could just have one season year round what would it be?
What season would you rather live in year round and why? Mine would be fall because its not as hot and the changing of the leaves.
I would prefer summer season because I love wearing dresses, sandals and walking barefooted on the beach and at home.
My season would be late, late spring when the weather is warming up and everything is bright fresh green.
I would prefer spring all year long. It is not too hot and not too cold. Autumn is nice, but I don't like watching the leaves fall from the trees. I prefer to watch things begin to grow instead.
Spring. Because everything comes alive. There's colors everywhere.
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