5 Frustrating Things About Fall in New York
Autumn is great and all in New York. But, not everything about it is. Sure it's my favorite season, and I kind of wish it could be Fall all year long. But nonetheless, there's still some things that majorly tick me off. Here's my top 5! What are yours?
I get it. The leaves are beautiful. They really are. But why do you have to clog up the back roads walking up and down and cause traffic jams driving super slow just to look at leaves. Can't you do that in your own area and not clog up the roads here? Leaf Peepers- thanks no thanks.
With the Fall eventually comes cold weather. And cold weather means winter. And that my friends means ANOTHER bill to pay for switching over to winter tires on my car. If I'm really lucky, my tires will be no good and I'll have to buy a whole new set and pay even more. Purely awful.
I love pumpkin. I love pumpkin everything. But why does pumpkin spice everything have to be everywhere. You know it's bad when someone who's obsessed with pumpkin flavor like me can't walk through a mall without getting nauseous from all the pumpkin spice smell. Let's take that back a notch.
It's not even Halloween yet and I've already eaten more Halloween candy than any human ever should. Every pharmacy ever has an overabundance of candy on their shelves right now, and for some reason I can't stop buying it. Or eating it. Leading to the dreaded candy hangover. I swear it's worse than my drinking days!
To me, driving is to get from point A to point B. Not to get stuck behind someone driving really slowly on a Sunday jaunt out in the car to take in the scenery or hit some farmers markets. There's nothing I despise more that being stuck in traffic from Sunday drivers. I'm sorry if your one of them, I truly am!