I was back out at the Triad Farmer’s Market and this is what I saw. Put me right in the mood. The mood for Fall.
A beautiful day. And I picked out two pumpkins.
When I came home I couldn’t help but pull out some more decorations.
The wreath is on the door and the candy corn is on the table in the foyer.
I even put out fresh candy. I have to confess that sometimes I have been known to save last year’s candy corn and put it back out early in the Fall of the next year. If I didn’t do that my kids would devour it all within the first few days. So I started putting out the old candy corn and it worked like a charm. The kid’s would taste it and think it wasn’t all that good and so my corn would last a long time. Then right before Halloween I would swap it out with a fresh bag. Well, the kids are older now and hardly ever at home. So I think it’s safe to put out the new stuff early in the season. I am living large this year with a fresh bag in September!!