Leaves dancing in the street.
Snow on Pikes Peak.
Taking the sunshades down from my kitchen skylights.
Pumpkin-flavored anything and everything. (Except pumpkin-flavored macaroni and cheese. Which I have tried...and didn't like.)
The anticipation and excitement of little ones looking forward to Halloween. Not just my grandsons but even those I hear in stores, chattering away to Mom about the costumes they want, what their friends plan to be, the candy they love.
Lady in White, which I watch this time of year every year.
Sock and slipper weather, too.
Kids in Halloween costumes. Especially when they look like this:
(Megan will surely one day pay for the cuteness she foisted upon her boys.)
Indian Summer. Far less hot and harsh than regular summer.
No more watering or worrying about the flowers and more in the front yard, back yard, side yard.
No more fans scattered about the house.
Snuggling once again with my cat Abby, who was continually pushed away during hot weather.
Blankets back on the beds. And curling up under them for my nightly read.
The first wafts of smoke from wood burning in a neighbor's fireplace. (We typically wait til November to burn a fire in ours.)
Caramel apple taffy.
Visits with my grandsons. We always visit in October. This year I'm fortunate to have two visits planned—one at the end of this week, another at the end of the month. An extra-special reason to love this October in particular.
What do you love about October?