Fall at SLS

Processed with VSCOcam with c1 presetFall is in full force! People at St. Luke’s are participating in all sorts of festive activities; whether it is watching exhilarating football games, traveling through mysterious corn mazes, or carving pumpkins for this past weekend. Although the members of the St. Luke’s community miss the 80-degree weather where they could wear shorts and go tanning, there is a lot of excitement about the coming season on the hilltop. While people starting to wear turtlenecks, boots and tights with their skirts, there are still many aspects of autumn that people are looking forward to. After asking members of the St. Luke’s community what they enjoy about fall, I got a variety of different responses.

Will Bralower (‘16) stated that he is excited for the drives he goes on to “look at fall.” Mary Zech (‘17) said that she, “loves the leaves and the weather because it’s cute when my dogs play in the leaves and everything looks extra beautiful.” Similarly, Alex Lemmer (‘17) mentioned that she “loves the cozy sweaters, nice weather, warm fires, and the exciting football games.” Individuals also love all the delicious traditional fall foods. Will Reed (‘17) said, “ I love fall because I can eat pumpkin pie…I actually ate a whole one last night!” Meanwhile, Gavin Haas (‘17) expressed his love for pumpkin spice lattés that he drinks, “after nice walks in the leaves.” The St. Luke’s community also enjoys the weather and the falling leaves. Ella Pepper (‘17) said that one of her best childhood memories was when she played in the leaves with her sister, and went on walks with her family. Catherine Verklin (17’) also stated that she loves the fall weather because she likes to turn the heat on and have a cozy blanket to protect herself for the cold. Autumn is an exciting time within St. Luke’s School, and people don’t want the frigid winter weather to come!

Emma Tregellas, Staff Writer 

 

 

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