5 Signs Fall Is Finally Here
Start writing a post

5 Signs Fall Is Finally Here

Denim and Flannels and Booties, oh my!

5 Signs Fall Is Finally Here

We are so fortunate to experience four seasons here in Cleveland, Ohio. If you're a person that loves the autumn weather, you know that we always start to feel the air getting crisp, the temperatures dropping ever so slightly, and the leaves changing during this time of year. It's always just perfect.

September is one of the best months because it's in between summer and fall. Here are just 5 signs we know it's just about here. Do you have additional reasons to add to the list?

1. Leaves on the Trees

Imagine this sight: leaves changing colors from green to yellow to orange and red. Then after a few short weeks pass by, they gracefully fall and hit the ground and end in a crunch. Could nature get any prettier?

2. Denim, Flannels, Vests, and Booties

When the brown riding boots and booties are added back to your wardrobe, you know that fall must be here. Have you checked out this boutique on wheels yet? The Wandering Wardrobe is CLE's first boutique truck and it travels around town, allowing bookings for specific places.

3. Pumpkin Patches and Apple Orchards

Have you ventured out to the local pumpkin patch to select your perfect pumpkin and sip on apple cider yet? Grab your friends, pup, and check out one of these places:

Patterson Fruit Farm: http://pattersonfarm.com/

Red Wagon Farm Pumpkin Festival: http://www.redwagonfarm.com/pumpkin-festival/

Rockin’-R-Ranch Old West Pumpkin Fest: http://www.clevelandhayride.com

Maize Valley Fall Family Fun: http://www.maizevalley.com/events/fall-family-outings/

4. One Word: PSL

Well, actually three words. The Pumpkin Spice Latte is back on the Starbucks menu, which is a sure sign that fall is officially here.

5. Pumpkin Everything

From baking chocolate chip pumpkin muffins, and eating fresh pumpkin pie, to lighting your fall scented candles, drinking pumpkin beer, and everything in between. What's fall without pumpkin flavored everything?

What's your favorite part of this season? Share your thoughts in the comments!\\

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.

The Gift Of Basketball

The NBA playoffs remind me of my basketball journey through time

Syracuse Basketball

I remember that when I was very little, my dad played in an adult basketball league, and I remember cheering him on with everything in me. I also remember going to Tuscola basketball games when the old floor was still there and the bleachers were still wooden. I remember always wanting to play basketball like my dad, and that's just what I did.

Keep Reading... Show less

Plus Size Appreciation: How I Learned To Love My Body

Because it is okay to not be "skinny."


In America, we tend to stick up our noses at certain things that aren't the norm. For example, people who are overweight, or the politically correct term “obese." Men and women who are overweight get so much backlash because they are not skinny or "in shape," especially, African-American women, who are typically known for having wider hips and thicker thighs. Robert Darryl, an African-American filmmaker, explains the overall intention of the body mass index in his follow-up sequel, “America the Beautiful 2: The Thin Commandments."

Keep Reading... Show less

It's More Than Just A Month

Mental Awareness reminds you that it's always darkest before the dawn.

Odyssey recognizes that mental well-being is a huge component of physical wellness. Our mission this month is to bring about awareness & normality to conversations around mental health from our community. Let's recognize the common symptoms and encourage the help needed without judgement or prejudice. Life's a tough journey, we are here for you and want to hear from you.

As the month of May begins, so does Mental Health Awareness Month. Anxiety, depression, bipolar mood disorder, eating disorders, and more affect millions of people in the United States alone every year. Out of those affected, only about one half seek some form of treatment.

Keep Reading... Show less

Pop Culture Needs More Plus Size Protagonists

When almost 70% of American women are a size 14 or bigger, movies like Dumplin' are ridiculously important, while movies like I Feel Pretty just feel ridiculous.


For as long as I can remember, I've been fat. The protagonists in the movies I've watched and the books I've read, however, have not been. . .

Keep Reading... Show less
How I Met My Best Friends In College

Quarantine inspired me to write about my freshman year to keep it positive and focus on all the good things I was able to experience this year! In this article, I will be talking about how I was able to make such amazing friends by simply putting myself out there and trying new things.

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments