First Day of Fall
Today is the 1st day of fall also known as the autumn equinox. It is the point where there is exactly 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness at the equator.
The Equinoxes, both those in Spring and in Fall, not only shepherd in a brand new season, but also mark the two days a year when the day and night are equal.
In many regions of North America, the landscape silently explodes with vibrant colors of red, yellow, and orange. Here is beautiful south Florida the change is more subtle but still there. Be sure to take a leisurely walk around the property to see what signs of autumn you can see.
For many autumn is the best season of the year. Since the end of the summer is kind of a bummer (rhymes!), it only makes sense that the season that follows summer would be awesome.
If you’re sitting around bummed that the summer is almost over, chin up. You may not be able to think clearly about fall at the moment because you’re sulking about summer’s end, so here are some things to look forward to for autumn.
Baseball season hits the homestretch
Football season is just warming up.
Temperatures begin to drop
Lower electric bills
New seasons of all you favorite TV shows
And PUMPKIN SPICE EVERYTHING !!!!