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…Fall In

The weather isn’t really cooperating (here at least), but this first full weekend of October has me in an autumn mood. Although, to be completely honest, I’ve been in an autumn mood since late August.

I can appreciate that not all share this special affinity for the fall. Some are still missing summer, or already dreading winter. This Sunday Funday seems like the perfect opportunity to help you appreciate the season we’re currently in. Read the rest of this entry

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…Fall Back

It’s officially fall! While it’s sad to see summer go, the autumn season has a few things going for it as well.

For one thing, it’s not ungodly hot. There’s also sweaters, and an assorted variety of hot beverages. And seeing as it’s Flick Friday, I should also point out that there’s a lot of pretty awesome fall movies.  Read the rest of this entry

…freak out

2WC Film HalloweenIt’s the first Flick Friday of October, and you know what that means? It’s the perfect excuse to share my favorite Halloween movies.

First, a distinction, scary movies and Halloween movies are not one in the same. Would I categorize scary movies as acceptable Halloween entertainment? Probably, but the world of Halloween films spans far beyond bone-chilling horror. Call me a wuss if you must, but I like my scary movies with a side of intellect, explanation, and humor. Read the rest of this entry

…Fall In

I have some bad news lovers of summer, your season is officially (and unofficially) over.

Everyone else, I have some good news. Autumn is here!

That means it’s time for apples, pumpkins, and an adorable Google Doodle (see above). Sure, we might be giving up the longer,  warmer days of summer, but fall has its perks too. Read the rest of this entry

…Turn

20130911-205518Whether you like it or not, autumn is officially here.  Which of course means that summer is officially over.

Although, if you refuse to believe this reality, you can always Google it.  Google is more than happy to tell you that fall doesn’t start until tomorrow.  Which is technically kind of true, if you only consider the first full  day to be the first day.

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