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Fall, Represented in Charts and Diagrams

By Janet Manley Nov 22, 2012

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If you missed the freakish snow dumps of Frankenstorm, the smell of cloves and pomegranates in your local bank must by now have made it clear that WE ARE EXPERIENCING FALL. Crack out your gingerbread-colored onesie, and commence eating onions, turnips, and squash for the next six months, if you are one of those people who subsists on farmer's boxes. It's cold, but not Davy Crockett-hat cold, and leafy, but not run-naked-through-the-forest-because-no-one-can-see-you leafy. So what does it all this inbetweenyness mean? Lucky for the good citizens of Sparktown, we just discovered how to make presentations using "Smart Shapes" on our computer machine. What makes the shapes so smart? They know to tread carefully on wet leaf-clip-art. Click the button to learn more about fall!

Topics: Life
Tags: holidays, fall, slideshows, thanksgiving 2012, holidays 2012

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Janet Manley

Janet's desk was moved into the hall for the duration of coursework on Roman numerals in grade four, and she cannot tell one Rocky from another to this day. Her spirit animal is a wombat, and she has not written a novel. Dauntless, Gryffindor, Mockingjay. She tweets @janetmanley

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