>October is…

>more falling leaves.

passing the baton to November.
watching Hocus Pocus with the kids.
pumpkin patches, and wondering where all the pumpkins go.
howling winds.
“Trick-or Treat!”
happy kids.
melancholy days and sleepless nights.
when seeing holiday decorations isn’t a big deal because they have been out since mid-August.
too much candy in the candy bowl, or taking your kids’ because you ran out.
going to the thrift stores and costume shops contemplating a witch or a mermaid.
warm apple cider and pumpkin bread.
boxelder bugs and lady bugs swarming your house when the sun warms it up.
over.


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