Question of the day

If you could only live in one season all year round, which season would you choose?

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14 Responses to Question of the day

  1. joanharvest says:

    In my neck of the woods I would have to say Autumn. I don’t like the heat and humidity of summer (and all the traffic and tourists). When Spring rolls around I know that it is just bringing me closer to summer and our springs here are usually not that great. Winter is OK but I wish we got more big snowstorms. When the crisp Autumn days roll around I get a renewed energy after the long hot, humid summer. I love when the trees change color. I love the cool evenings when I can light my chiminea outdoors. I love the clear nights and the best constellations of the year start appearing like Orion, Gemini, Taurus and others. I love using the fireplace on the first real cool night. I love hot soup for supper and cocoa before I go to bed. Crisp apples and pumpkins too. Yes, I love Autumn.

  2. SKL says:

    Autumn, but that wouldn’t be possible, would it?

    Is Autumn so beautiful because it is so fleeting?

  3. SanityFound says:

    Spring spring spring, that first day when you open your eyes and the flowers are starting to bloom, there is a certain smell in the air and everything seems and feels brighter… I know I am a spring baby but I have always loved the symbology within it as well.

    New beginnings, fresh starts… perhaps this is significant more so for me now.

  4. thegoddessanna says:

    Winter. Although the cold causes severe eczema, I’ve learned to handle it. I love the cold, the stillness of the air at night, the soft splats of snowflakes on the ground. It’s the only time of year that I don’t suffer from allergies or migraines. I do wish it snowed more down here, but it’s not just the snow. My husband would say it’s because very few things are alove and awake during winter, that I like it because it’s lonely.

    And yes, I’m (barely) a winter baby (Christmas Eve). Every year I wish for snow on my birthday – it’s only happened once, but I live too far south for it to happen often.

  5. Just a Mom says:

    Fall! It comes after Hurricane season! 🙂

  6. Mimi says:

    Summer! I love the warmth, the barely cool night air, the not needing extra clothing, and definitely not having to do snow removal!

    I had no problems having no snow during the years I lived in Hawaii, go figure!!

  7. nikki says:

    Fall for sure!! I love opening all my windows and letting the cool crisp air in and air everything out. Everything just seems so fresh and clean in the Fall.

  8. Joy says:

    I love the crispness of fall also and the chill in the air and colors. I do like spring but LOVE fall. I’m not a fan of the heat and humidity of summer and know that summer is coming when spring hits. I do like winter. I know, call me nuts!!!

  9. SanityFound says:

    We knows you are nuts I am just glad you have finally accepted it *grins*

  10. mssc54 says:

    I’m going with fall season.

    First of all it’s deer season.

    Secondly there are all sorts of days from just warm enough to not very cold but mostly just right. Plus not so much yard work.

  11. sengdroma says:

    When we lived in the Uk I would have said Spring, lovely weather around the low 20Cs, no bugs, light showers, crocuses etc but here in Canada the Spring is sooooo short that I would say Autumn. For many of the same reasons that I love Spring in England.

  12. Mary says:

    Late spring to early summer. The lilacs and irises bloom. Everything looks and smells so fresh. It’s warm, but not too warm.

  13. Jane says:

    I love the weather of the fall but it’s so much work for me. I’ve been freezing and canning fruits and vegetables for 6 weeks. I’m almost done with that but then the butchering of the meat will start so it does seem to go on forever. Spring seems like such a fresh time of year and I love all the new growth in my flowers and plants.

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