As the seasons come and go, I am always ecstatic to see summer end and fall begin because the latter is one of the best seasons we have.
Summer is the worst season because it is too hot to do anything sand gets everywhere when you come home from the beach; you sweat everywhere after being out for 15 minutes, and if you have leather seats in your car good luck.
You also can not be as versatile with summer clothes since it’s too hot to wear layers.
With summer ending and fall starting, I am transitioning into a state of new beginnings that summer doesn’t bring.
Fall is hands down one of the best seasons for many reasons; the change of colors, people sitting on the porches drinking warm cups of apple cider, leaves crunching on the sidewalks as you walk. It all just brings a joy so different than the summer season.
Hiking in the fall also makes me appreciate the world that we live in more. Honestly, the fall season shows more of nature’s beauty than the summer does.
Fall is also tailgating season, and even though I may not be a huge football fan, nothing beats a good tailgate with all of your friends.
Fashion during the fall, compared to the summer, is 10 times better. In the fall you can wear layers and all of the sweatshirts and sweaters you brought from home without sweating bullets, plus the several you’ll collect from club functions. You can also wear flannel shirts, something you cannot wear in the summer.
Fun fact: most of my closet consists of fall clothing, so that also plays a huge part in why I love fall. See the paragraph above for more evidence.
Something else I look forward to during the fall is the opportunity to attend fairs.
Even though I may not like going on every ride, being surrounded by friends and seeing people out enjoying their time together adds to why fall is better than summer.
I believe that during the fall conversations get better, especially for college students. I am drawn to long walks and talks during the fall because they seem to be more meaningful and hold more depth than most of the conversations I had during the summer.
Fall has so much more to offer compared to the summer. The events, the weather and the change of nature all around beats the summer, and no one can convince me otherwise.