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a four letter word i love

i have an obsession.

it makes me squeal at the most unexpected of moments.

it’s one four-letter word that doesn’t make me cringe.

my face finds its glow.

and my world goes ’round.

savory and sweet, though it doesn’t hold a candle to the husband

and i dream of bottling it up to free at my every whim

oh fall, how i love you.

to crunch through your messy leaves and stand still in your cool breeze is one of the sweetest parts of life.

what are you loving most about this lovely season?

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8 Responses to “a four letter word i love”

  1. It took me ages to figure out what the word was since we don’t refer to autumn as fall over here :)

    Love this post.

    I love the smell of the air, the falling leaves, getting my wooly jumpers out… I could go on!

    Hope you’re having a great week my lovely friend xxx

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    candice Reply:

    How funny:)

    I don’t have any wooly jumpers unfortunately, but they sound cozy!

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  2. Grace says:

    Adorable and delicious!! And the weather’s finally catching up. :)

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  3. Too cute. LOVE the pictures girl. They could be in a magazine I swear. I roasted up chickpeas with my veggies the other night yummm. I need to remember to do that more often.

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    candice Reply:

    You are way too sweet. Thanks – that made my day:)

    I always forgot about roasted chick peas too, but they’re so good!

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  4. What is there not to love?!? I always say, “I love pumpkin anything,” and its true. I love the pumpkins, cranberries, squash, pies, the spices & smells, and even blog posts about how much other people love fall :)

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    candice Reply:

    Agreed – “what’s not to love?” :)

    Sounds like we definitely see eye-to-eye on our love for all things fall:)

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  5. kelli says:

    looove this post! i’ve been away from your blog too long!

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