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A season that brings many a warm feeling

Raul Mares
Trees depict the changing time of fall

Fall; not a warm season but not a cold season either, more on the colder side though.


fall is such a beautiful season and time to be alive


it’s the perfect time to wear those fuzzy PJs that you’ve been wanting to, but haven’t because of the heat


it’s a beautiful time where you begin to see the leaves change to a pretty orange-ish or red-ish color, colors that give a warm feeling to them when seen


it’s a time where you can hear a satisfying sound when you step on all the crunchy leaves that have already fallen of the trees


it’s a amazing time to go on dates with your significant other to a haunted house, go carve faces on a pumpkin, or just walk with each other and enjoying the time pass by while being with one another


Or a time were you can go do fun things with friends and make some memories that will forever be with you guys


A time where you see little kids get excited to have a awesome costume and pretend to be the person they are wearing and getting ready to go trick or treating with friends


It’s the perfect time to stay inside and bench watch horror movies with friends and make fun of one another when you guys get scared


Fall is a time were the heat begins to fade and the cold begins to come in, but not to cold so one can still were shorts once in a while

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Raul Mares, Writer
Raul Mares is a sophomore. It's his second year on The Mav. He's looking forward to writing a lot of great and interesting pieces for others to read and enjoy.
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