I like my changing seasons. It is a toss up. I like spring for new beginning and fall colors but both flare up my allergies. I live summer for warmth but too warm is miserable. I like winter for snow making everything look new and beautiful but when too cold, it is miserable also. I love all for the wonderful things they bring even with the difficulties I experience.
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Well, I don't really get the change of seasons out here on the west coast. But I like each season because there is a change (ever so slightly). I usually get tired of each season by the end of it and I'm glad to have the next season come along. Funny, I don't like change in the rest of my life. Maybe I should consider those other changes like the changes of the seasons.
Interesting question. I like winter because of the things I like to do in the winter. I don't like the short days (a little S.A.D.) We really don't have a spring, snows until May and then rains. I would have to say autumn. The leaves are fabulous, the temperatures are perfect, the days are not short yet, and I can still get out and hike or run.
Spring because all of the trees and plants are cooking back to full beauty.
Julie SP member since June 2007
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