ICE HOCKEY - If we have a season - might be delayed or put on hold/
Halloween - my fave holiday!!! Wedding Anniversary 9/27 - we watch the VHS tape of our wedding. So fun to see it with the girls although the 4 year old was really confused last year (she kept wanting to know where she was)
School Routine - I'm much better with structured time Cons:
Dark earlier - I hate it! All I want to do is be in my PJs No more beach/pool Less money - All the school/upcoming holiday stuff, annual bills seem to hit at once.
Pros: Love the beautiful colors of fall Love visiting the pumpkin patches and activities We love Halloween Football Cooler weather
Cons: Allergies-all of us have terrible sinus stuff yuk! getting dark early when the weather is finally nice we can't go out ! Although I like the more structured school time I do agree with homework/school stuff. When it gets cold trying to keep track of all our winter gear!
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