Ketchup With Us: Signals Of Fall

So it’s the first of a new month. October to be exact! Since it’s the start of a new month, it also means there’s a new KWU post. It’s all about autumn/fall. I think Autumn is like one of the most beautiful seasons out of four of them. Spring isn’t very exciting unless you’re over the cold and snow. Summer is only fun when you’re a kid, but the heat just destroys your plans of going to festivals and such. If you don’t have a pool, summer isn’t as good anymore. And winter only brings white snow Β that creates ice and causes accidents and the worst part about the winter and summer, you are worried about both the furnace and air conditioner going out. Autumn has the perfect weather and when the leaves start to change, it’s even better! So the ladies of Ketchup With Us (Mel/Michele) are asking what your signals of fall? Here’s my 57 words of signals:

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On one half of a tree are pretty yellow and red leaves while the rest is still green. Blondie and mom switch out their flip flops for sneakers and boots. I always wear long pants, but when it gets down to 50s in the mornings, I have to wear my sweater and a pair of socks.

8 thoughts on “Ketchup With Us: Signals Of Fall

  1. Stopping by from the Ketchup with Us blog hop. Loved your post. I wear flip flops year round, living in the desert makes that possible, But, on the cool mornings and evenings I usually have to put on socks

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  2. We’re close to 365 in flip flops around here, too. Thankfully I’m cold-natured so, even in New Orleans, I find the occasion to don my boots, one of my favorite things. πŸ™‚

    Thanks for linking up, Meghan! πŸ™‚

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  3. This was colorful in more ways than one. Happy fall. I’m a dude. I never wear flip flops. But the 4 women I live with wear them 365 days a year.

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    1. Lol Thank you! You sound like my dad, he had a hard time getting my sister wear anything but flip flops in the fall/winter. He would pretty much tease her on the days she wore her boots. She couldn’t ignore him either. Instead they fought for the whole hour before leaving for school. πŸ™‚

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      1. It was the coolest and rainiest day of the fall, here, in Georgia, today. My 9-year-old wore shorts and flip flops. I just rolled my eyes. My 17-year-old…same

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      2. Lol oh my goodness! I’m happy when my parents put my socks and sweater on without even letting me see what the temperature is because it’s probably a good thing. Also saves me from getting into any fights about it. Now if only I could keep my mouth shut at other things I would really good! πŸ˜€

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