Not sure which season you like best? Well, The New York Times is putting their support behind Fall.
Ah, Fall. That season between summer’s heat and winter’s chill. Falling leaves and sweater weather and pumpkins all in a row. And October? Oh, October. The month of temperate chill, neither the still-muggy heat of September nor the rapidly shortening days and impending family holiday doom of November.
If you have been noticing a wind that “tears the last leaves from the trees and quickens the ones that have already fallen, herding them upward until they seem to have a life of their own, hurling them into traffic,” you are not alone.
The New York Times is on it. In a lyrically written editorial entitled “The Breath of Autumn,” October can count on the support of the paper of record if there is ever a face off against the other 11 months.