Falling For the Season

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Falling For the Season

Karli showing off her fall outfit

Karli showing off her fall outfit

Karli showing off her fall outfit

Karli showing off her fall outfit

Jayna Blackburn, Staff

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Lattes, tailgates and bonfires…Oh my! September 22, the 2018 fall season arrived along with seasonal traditions, activities, and clothing. Fall brings to mind colorful leaves, pumpkin themed items, cozy clothing, and a cooler crisp in the air.

“To ‘kick-off ‘ the season of fall, my family puts up our nine-foot Christmas tree and decorates it with white lights, pumpkins, and leaves.” teacher Mrs. Ragsdale said.

Fall family traditions include hayrides, haunted houses, pumpkin patches visits, and football.

“We began the “Fall Tree” tradition about 10 years ago. My mom puts up a small “Fall Tree” and I wanted to start one in my home too, we are kicking off the season of family time and creating memories.” Mrs. Ragsdale said.

One tradition that happens in many American households is gathering around the TV on Saturdays and Sundays and watching college and professional football. Friends come together to watch two teams play a challenging game while enjoying the great food and company that surrounds them.

Another lovely thing about fall is the outfits that have been stored in the back of the closets for a year because of their unique colors and designs only belong in this season. The sweaters, blanket scarves, boots and so much more that make up the “fall attire”.

“I usually wear a sweater and ripped jeans with boots.” senior Skyler L. said.

It’s common for girls’ favorite season to be autumn and possibly only because the unique style that comes with the season. Although these few articles of clothing seem simple and can be worn at any time, it’s the color of the sweater and boots that make the fall attire so special.

The final fall necessity for the season is going to pumpkin patches where so many activities can happen. There are hayrides, bonfires, haunted houses, corn mazes and so much more! As you walk through a haunted house, your heart beats faster, the hair on the back of your neck stands up from the chills going down your spine, you’re on high alert. After the thrilling and haunting experience, you can go to a relaxing hayride with your friends as you smell the bonfire and s’mores in the distance.

Although traditions, pumpkin patches, football, and outfits are all great things the best thing you can get from fall is the exceptional memories that are created through these activities. Whether its spring or fall all that matters is the memories and the people you made them with. Go out and enjoy this season with the best people and at the best places here are some of the best places to be in Oklahoma during this season.

Some fun family activities for fall are below!

The Maize at Reding Farm- Chickasha

Orr Family Farm- Moore

Chester’s Party Barn and Farm- Peidmont

Wind Drift Orchard-Harrah

Freight Fest at Frontier City- Oklahoma City

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