I taste fresh crunchy red apples from the colorful trees.
I hear the bellowing wind wooshing upon my frozen face.
I smell juicy and tender turkey on Thanksgiving morning.
I see little kids jumping in huge leaf piles.
I touch bright orange pumpkins and carve them into stunning Jack-O-Lanterns.
I taste a light blue cup of steaming hot cocoa bubbling merrily in the cold fall nights.
I hear the warm colored leaves swaying lightly in the bellowing wind.
I smell sugar sweet tasting friendship bread in the red hot oven. It’s getting very plump!
I see the shiny dark purple rakes go swishing in a gorgeously grand pattern down the bright green lawn.
I touch the bright orange pumpkins in all different sizes bringing excitement and joy!
I taste sweet candy that thoughtful neighbors give out.
I hear scared people screaming because of scary costumes.
I smell sizzling turkey on the dinner table.
I see crunchy leaves falling off bare trees.
I touch rough rakes to rake the leaves.
I taste excellent candy that I got from my marvelous mom.
I hear crisp leaves crunching in the mysterious woods.
I smell delightful pumpkin pies that smell so splendid.
I see light orange Jack-O- Lanterns scaring happy little kids.
I touch the boiling hot Thanks-giving turkey that’s on the fancy table.
I taste smooth pumpkin and tender Thanksgiving turkey.
I hear ringing door bells and trick-or-treating.
I smell sweet sweet candy and lots of fresh apples.
I see scary pumpkins and lots of hilarious costumes.
I touch the green and red leaves blowing swiftly through the hollowing wind.
I taste sour candy from kind people’s houses.
I hear creepy scary things like mean ghost.
I smell a large turkey on the great big table.
I see colorful leaves on the pretty ground.
I touch orange Jack-O-Lanterns that are really spooky.
I taste sweet candy my little naughty brother collected.
I hear strong wind blowing on trees.
I smell yummy corn in crowded cornfields.
I see huge turkeys on a festive Thanksgiving.
I touch and make freezing apple cider.
I taste the juicy soft turkey in the hot oven.
I hear the brown crunchy leaves getting raked.
I smell the hard orange pumpkins getting carved.
I see the wonderful sweet candy we give out.
I touch the pile of freezing cold leaves.
I taste delicious pumpkin pudding on Thanksgiving.
I hear colorful leaves being crunched.
I smell soaking wet hay barrels with mud on them.
I see joyful happy faces all day long.
I touch my grandpa’s fluffy stuffing.
I taste blueberry pies on the kitchen table.
I hear color leaves blow in the howling wind.
I smell smell crisp fresh apples picked from a high apple tree.
I see creepy costumes scare tiny cute children.
I touch teeny brown acorns on the cold ground.
I taste chocolaty candy on Halloween.
I hear my grateful family talking on Thanksgiving.
I smell juicy turkey giving my pleased family joy.
I see dressed up kids running to a brick house or a wooden house on a dark Halloween night.
I touch a furry coat to keep me warm.
I taste yummy pumpkin pie filling my huge house with different scents.
I hear big and little joyful kids saying trick or treat on front doorsteps of my neighbors.
I smell juicy apple cider getting chugged down by my cold family members.
I see excited crowds of people with pockets full of money buying orange pumpkins.
I touch my cold pumpkin carver getting ready to cut my pumpkin.
I taste cold acorns blowing on the freezing ground.
I hear silly kids saying ‘trick or treat’ in every huge house.
I smell delicious pies coming out of lovely people’s houses.
I see wise adults carving faces on large pumpkins.
I touch giant autumn leaves on the really cold ground.
I taste warm delicious apple pie.
I hear the freezing wind blowing the colorful leaves.
I smell the sweet sticky maple syrup.
I see lots of orange scary Jack-O-Lanterns.
I touch thick warm furry coats.
I taste goopey maple syrup that fills me with joy.
I hear constant coughing of sick people with the flu.
I smell scented pinecones like beautiful flowers.
I see spooky Jack-o-Lanterns scaring the wits out of cordial people.
I touch sweetened candy from clever people.
I taste Halloween candy from nice and kind neighbors.
I hear strong cold winds blowing.
I smell steaming, scrumptious turkeys.
I see fall leaves dropping off dark brown trees
I touch the orange pumpkins that felt so bumpy.
I taste apples rich and juicy, also round.
I hear the breezy wind blowing through my numb ears.
I smell delicious corn in huge cornfields.
I see spiky pinecones on the freezing ground.
I touch bare trees that are very smooth.
I taste sweet pies making the giant house smell great.
I hear hollowing wind blowing beautiful fall colored leaves.
I smell delicious apple cider smell great.
I see fluffy coats and sticky pinecones.
I touch wet leaves and brown bare trees.
I taste crisp apples that are ripe and red.
I hear enormous vampires torturing small kids.
I smell sweet candy coming towards me.
I see tall trees without green leaves.
I touch pointy pinecones on the hard ground.
I taste amazing pumpkin pie at my decorative house.
I hear excited people stepping on leaves.
I smell sweet chocolate candy in my silly pumpkin-faced trick-or-treating bag.
I see spooky decorations near large houses.
I touch and draw on big round pumpkins.
I taste juicy apple cider in the cold fall freezing wind.
I hear howling wind blowing on my cold ears.
I smell yummy apple that my nice dad went to the food store to buy juicy apples.
I see scary huge ghosts on the huge street.
I touch a large leaf falling from the giant tree.
I taste they juicy plump turkey we eat on the morning of Thanksgiving.
I hear the joyful birds singing on a fall morning.
I smell the fresh cold air blowing through my cold face.
I see the happy relatives on the holidays of Thanksgiving.
I touch the red, orange, and yellow cold leaves that are beautiful.
I taste yummy candy from scary houses.
I hear tiny kids say trick or treat.
I smell delicious pumpkin pie made from pumpkins.
I see scary things at the webbed houses.
I touch a crazy scary crow in a tremendous field.