As I'm outside raking leaves just now, I'm thinking about the memory that my aunt shared just a few days ago about how as kids, they'd put one playmate into a wheelbarrow, cover them up with leaves and then wheel them someplace in the neighborhood and have them try to guess where they were.
Makes me wish our wheelbarrow still worked.
But it also reminded me of my own fall memory.
We had leaves in our yard, but they were the little ones, not the fun big pretty colored ones. The big pretty ones were just a short walk away at the hospital. So instead of raking our own leaves, we'd head up there and rake the front lawn of the hospital.
We'd hide in the leaves and scare people as they walked in or out.
Of the hospital!