‘Tis the Season

It was the first day of Fall yesterday, and I had many reminders that Summer is on its way out.

Last night was choir practice, so I stayed late after school. I had brought some Munchkins (donut holes) in the morning, and there were some left at the end of the day. I was surprised to see there was a jelly-filled one left. The others were all pumpkin. It’s pumpkin spice season.

I left them all because I was on my way out to eat.

I left them all because I was on my way out to eat.

I went to Panera Bread for dinner. They had squash soup. Mmm… It tasted like Fall.

I was a little worried it would be cold.  It wasn't.

I was a little worried it would be cold. It wasn’t.

At choir practice, the director told us that the practice for the Holiday Brass concert is being handled differently, so we needed to start looking at the music already last night. Christmas music!

I've heard this one many times in recordings.

I’ve heard this one many times in recordings.

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2 Responses to ‘Tis the Season

  1. Lauren says:

    Your soup definitely looks hearty! It was 90 degrees here on the first day of fall. We need a little nip in the air around here.

    I think I know the song? “On Christmas night all Christians sing to hear the news the angels bring?” Wait, I could just google it, huh? Nope. Wrong song. The one you are going to do sounds lovely. 🙂

  2. Debbie Fettig says:

    Are those magic beans in your soup?

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