Is It Just Me, Or Can Michigan Not Figure Out Its Seasons?
If you're a Michigander or from the Midwest, you know that the weather can be pretty unpredictable. This past weekend, the weather dropped and we all thought it was time to say goodbye to warmer weather. Maybe you even closed your pool because you thought, "Well, that's it, the end of summer." Then Mother Nature was like, "Surprise, just kidding."
Yesterday was the first day of fall and now all week long we've got high 70s. Hey, I'm not complaining. I just wish Michigan would make up its mind. I think we can all agree that fall 70s is completely different than summer 70s. The sun just isn't as warm as it is during summer, but again, I'm not complaining. Fall weather is my favorite kind of weather. However, you do have to admit that fall is the most bi-polar season of them all. One day it's a nice crisp fall day, the next it's freezing and raining, maybe even snowing.
But it is what it is because there's so much to do come fall. You can head to the Cider Mill for some apple picking, buy some cider, and donuts. Football and hockey are back. If you're not a chicken, spooky season is here and so are haunted houses. But my personal favorite is the leaves changing. One of my friends actually had the audacity to tell me she didn't like fall because everything was ugly and there were "leaf corpses" everywhere. I seriously considered removing her from my friend group because fall over everything. Matter of fact, I think I will.