Sunday, October 17, 2010

I love Fall. I love this weather. So. So. So. Much. I used to think it was because my birthday is in this month, but I just LOVE the leaves changing color. And the crunching of the leaves. And the wind. And pumpkin picking and cider mills, though I have never done either. Having a change of seasons is such a blessing. I moved down south, and we don't have fall or winter.

Its just the same weather every single day, all year around. Thats so boring. Change can be really nice. We need to see and feel different things. Although sometimes change sucks. The transition from Fall to Winter, for example. When its so sunny, yet so cold. Those are my least favorite days of the year.

A few weeks ago there was a bug in my apartment and I was terrified. But today, as I was visiting an old friend at the cemetery, a bug came out from the ground. It really got me thinking and kind of freaked me out. Not in the way the bug freaked me out in my apartment a few weeks ago, but in a different way.

It just felt so weird to see that this bug was coming from the dirt. We were made from dirt, and in the end, we become a part of the dirt once again. And seeing that bug just made me realize how everything on this earth has a purpose. The bug. The seasons. The dirt. And change.

I don't really know if this post made any sense. But it was a post nonetheless. Hope you are happy CC.


Constructive Attitude said...

Theres something about each season that I love and hate. but i still dont have a favorite one.

Under Urooba's Umbrella! said...

So deep,
so lovely.

Constructive Attitude said...

p.s. this was an emo post.

PI said...

i love this post especially the ending. you need to be published

Youthful Wisdom said...

This was one of your best posts. Simple, to the point, reflective, and purposeful.

ps. I agree with PI.


MarjnHomer said...

your time in tx is really improving your writing. so deep and insightful.

Kate said...

I love fall. It's definitely one of my top 4 seasons!

Mutmainnah said...

This is deep.
I liked it, and I agree with everything you said.