The Turning Of The Season


Stephanie Rislove

As the weather gets colder and the leaves turn, this shows the changing of the new season.

Hana Scheuermann, Writer

It’s the turning of the season, fall is here and the leaves are changing. Time to grab a sweater, and bundle up. With the trees full of colors, it’s time to break out your fall wardrobe. As the weather gets colder shivers spread throughout. 

Although many are delighted and welcome the new season, many others aren’t so ecstatic. Lots despise the cold while others thrive in the cold. From pumpkins patches and raking leaves fall is full of fun.

“I like fall, because I get to do theater more but the cold isn’t nice,” Greg Mose (21’) said. 

Multiple activities including theater have come about during fall. So it’s reasonable for many students to be excited about the turning of the season. Time to put in the work and get busy as the school year only began 3 months ago. Although it still only feels as though school has just started, it’s important as fall comes to stay safe and study hard. 

“Fall is one of my favorite seasons, I can’t believe it’s here! It feels like yesterday that summer was here,” Morgan Dunn (21’) said. 

Fall is the one time of the year, where the leaves change to magical colors. Colors that can be seen from miles away. Through a peaceful walk or a hill bound drive the trees are best viewed. What many love so much about fall isn’t really Halloween or Thanksgiving but just the magnificent atmosphere the environment makes throughout the changing season. 

“The fall leaves and trees have a certain smell to them that just makes me want to curl up with a blanket and watch movies with my friends,” Madison Kastner (21’) said. 

All in all fall is one of the most exciting times of the year. Even though the cold fronts come, and the leaves start to fall, it is no doubt one of the seasons you don’t want to miss. Enjoy fall while it’s here because you might find yourself missing it during a different season. Maybe take a hike or a bike ride throughout your neighborhood. Because fall only comes once every year so enjoy and make the most of it whilst you can.

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