Wednesday, September 2, 2009

It's official.

Fall is here!

Fall is marked by my first sip of a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks. I have had my sip, and a few hundred more, therefore fall is here. By they way, I do think they have made this latte a little better this year - not so much of the after taste, much smoother.

I'm glad fall is here. It seems like Kansas is ready for fall, too. The weather has already gotten cooler - something that is out of the ordinary. I'm ready for the pumpkins, the football games, the chili, and the cinnamon rolls. If we only had big, beautiful trees to enjoy the fall colors.

Does anyone else feel like fall was just here? Or is it just me who feels like time is hurrying by?

Are you ready for fall or hanging on to the last days of summer?


Dr. and Mrs. Thomas said...

girl tell me about it. Pumpkin spice here I come! And if you want color changing trees, just schedule a trip to MI this fall and you'll see a MILLION!! woop woop!!


Sam and Abby McNair said...

every time you title your post with something like this i htink that you are prego... you make that latte sound soooo good. too bad I don't like cofee drinks:)

Shanle's said...

i also wondered about you being preggers... i'm sure that post will be very creative when the time comes! ;)

i am ReADY for fall, but it still feels like summer here with 100 degree weather. i have to admit, i'm tired of the heat. i want to wear jeans and a sweatshirt and be COLD! grr... hopefully within the month, it'll drop to 80's at least. i want to walk outside without sweating, ha ha!

i miss going to husker games... i miss watching my hubby play in husker games =(

miss you friend,


Anonymous said...

Fall is OK, jeans, sweatshirts but I am not a winter person and it seems to follow! : )
Joan :)

The Feather Files said...

Abby and Sarah - you girls crack me up.

Audrey said...

yes fall was just here, especially with the mild summer we had, I don't think it got into the 90's hardly at ALL in july

jnet said...

the weather is cooler, however, does anyone understand when i say there comes a day when it "smells" like football weather. that day has not come quite yet.
but we are thinking about getting wood for the fireplace :)