Time for taking walks and looking up at the orange tree tops. Time for wearing your summer evening’s cardigan with the scarf, gloves and hat you’ve been looking forward to wear the whole year. Time for the thousands of knitted tights you can wear together with your sweet summer dresses. Time for the nose to get a little red and cold, and the icy air that passes through your throat down to your chest while inhaling. Time to remember the smell of new bought school books. Time for crossing your arms while walking and shiver cause it’s cold and shiver of that cosy feeling when you come home to your warm place. Time for candles and darker days. Time to hear that rustle sound under and around your feet, and the sticking rotten smell that appears while you stir around the leaves. Time for rain and broken hearts. Time for sentimental feelings that you can connect to every autumn you’ve experienced. Time for butterflies in the stomach and warming hugs. Time to get fed up with Christmas way too early. Time to regret you didn’t used the summer well. Time to fear the darker and colder time that will come. Time to get sick and whiny. Time to get filled of the naked and sad beauty the autumn brings.