Fall is Here

by Heather on August 24, 2011

At least in my world.  Who cares if it’s in the 90′s all day every day?  Who cares if college football has yet to start? (OK, I care on that one.)  Who cares if it’s not even September yet?

Our house smells like oranges and cinnamon and warmth (not just the heat kind).  It’s fall.

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1 Erin August 24, 2011

Wow that’s a fantastic smell! Where did you get that?? I cannot wait for college football to start, even though I am quite apprehensive… go buckeyes…!

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2 Heather August 24, 2011

i actually randomly found it at marshall’s the other day and just couldn’t say no :)

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3 Urban Wife August 24, 2011

Fall is my favorite time of year. So many great things…birthdays, anniversary, and college football (Go Gators!). Time for me to bring out my pumpkin candles! ;)

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4 Alexa @ Simple Eats August 24, 2011

LOVE this. I’m highly anticipating all things fall, too :)

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5 Emily @ One Sweet Vegan August 24, 2011

I love this time of year. As soon as school starts up again, I always think of cooler weather, pumpkins, and crunchy, dry leaves on the ground. I’m digging out my Fall candles too! :-)

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6 Kelly August 24, 2011

I wish fall would get here! It’s still in the mid 90s here in Colorado. Can’t wait for it to get cooler–fall is my absolute favorite time of the year!

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7 Alicia @ Treble Tart August 25, 2011

Fall is my absolute favorite. I am getting SO excited right now, just thinking about the long-sleeved shirts, cool mornings, and the SMELL. Oh, how I love the smell of Fall. Thank you for announcing its arrival, because if you hadn’t, I probably would. ;)

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8 Claire August 25, 2011

I totally agree that a great candle can set the tone for the season. Of course, here in Central Texas, we only have two seasons: Summer and Not Summer (anytime the temperature is less than 100 degrees). My favorite summer candle that I just gifted to my mother-in-law yesterday for her b-day is from Capri Blue in “Volcano” http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=39076&navAction=jump&navCount=
My favorite Not Summer candle is from Votivo in “Red Currant” http://www.amazon.com/Votivo-Aromatic-Candle-Red-Currant/dp/B000V8BO0Q

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