Spring vs Fall

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

They both have their perks.
Fall brings about football, light coat wearing, fire pits, chili and the fire place, cooler weather, leafs changing, World Series, did I mention football?
Spring has a strong showing as well, sandals, start of baseball, shorts, driving with your windows down, flowers, potential summer vacation.

Which is the better season and why?

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Kyle Reed

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I create websites, conversations, and ideas. Advocate for the 20 somethings. Looking to connect everyone to a mentor. Married to my best friend, Ginny. I like my coffee black and my dog Jack. I currently live in Nashville and work at Sony Music/Provident in Nashville
  • http://cccyouthmin.com T whizzy y

    Although I love both, I'm gonna go with spring. To me, there's nothin like march madness, followed by the beginning of a baseball season, with warm weather just around the corner. And like you mentioned, that first drive with the windows down is pretty sweet. I enjoy fall… but I hate winter.. winter comes after fall… so spring wins.

  • http://tyhuze.wordpress.com tyler

    I'm going to go with fall, no contest. The problem with spring is that the majority of the time everything is still dead, wet, cold, and worst of all…baseball and the annoying fanboys. During fall, you get an extended period of enjoying the foliage, cooling temps and when it's finally over there's Thanksgiving, my birthday, SNOW, and Xmas.

    But think about this. When it's spring and starting to get warmer the *off day/week* will be when it snows and everyone is pissed off. In the fall an *off day* is when it's 80 degrees in October and everyone loves it.

  • Stephanie

    I would also have to say Fall. I personally like when its just cold enough to wear a hoodie all the time, but not so cold that you have to wear a heavy jacket. In the fall, I've experienced more bon fires with great friends more than any other season. Yes, there's football, and although I am not a huge football fan–the tailgating parties have been good times. I love when the leaves change, it makes me feel closer to God in some way. Pumpkin picking is always fun, figuring out which picture to carve into the sides and using the guts for pumpkin pies. Also, home cooked meals just 1. taste better and 2. seem more family oriented than any other time for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. (With the exception of Easter in the spring, that is.)

    I also have to say that I am biased because of the thrill of Halloween. I really just love haunted house hopping. Being near friends, not knowing whats around the corner and just having a good time. I know its silly, but I've always been a fan of being scared. And knowing that its all in fun makes it more appealing to me.