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November and Thanksgiving

I love the month of November! One of the things I missed about Indiana while I lived in the Southwest was Fall. We decided to move back to Indianapolis a few years ago and fall has always been my favorite time of year. By fall, I actually mean the part where the leaves start turning color and each days color is a bit more magnificent than the previous day.

By November, most all of the trees have lost their leaves. By mid November to the end of the month, the trees are bare, we have experienced our first frost; sometimes even our first snowfall. The air is a bit more chilly. It’s a crisp chill though which leaves you refreshed, not chilled to the bone Still, November is my favorite.

It’s the month I was married, it is my birthday month and Thanksgiving. It’s one holiday after another. Once nature has stopped decorating the outdoors, we start decorating the indoors for the holidays. This year is especially magnificent.

For the first time in several years, I have all my children together. My son flew in today from California to spend the week for my birthday and Thanksgiving. I am blessed! I hope your November is wonderful as well.


#1 By Shawn at 11/23/2008 5:54 PM

That is one thing I really miss about living up north, the changing of the seasons(originally from NY and NJ, now in Sunny S.Fla.)...don't get me wrong, the beaches and bikinis make up for a lot but there's nothing like fall weather and fashions(I love and miss it).


#2 By Paula at 11/23/2008 7:49 PM

I agree! There are some benefts to the South and Southwest though, like sunshine and wearing flipflops all year long.

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