Autumn is PittGirl’s favorite season here in the Burgh (spring in Texas is second).
I love Pumpkin Spice Lattes. I love the crisp air. I love being a bit cold in the morning. I love having a big bowl of apples and pomegranates in my fruit bowl. I love hanging my autumn wreath. I love handing out candy to scary little kiddies. I love Thanksgiving. I love football. I love it all.
One thing I don’t love: Corn mazes.
Dudes, I cannot for the life of me get out of even the simplest corn maze without a GPS, a canteen of water, and a cyanide pill in case it comes to that. I was in a corn maze at Schramm’s Farm last autumn and there were little four-year-olds guiding me out of the damn thing. This must mean that I have that girl sense of direction that makes me lose my bearings if it involves more than two turns.
So you can bet your tear soaked Terrible Towel that you won’t run into PittGirl in this amazing Spider Web Maze in Butler County.
Even if I studied this arial view for hours, I would still get lost for hours, and then the scary man from Jeepers Creepers would jump out at me and eat my organs. No freakin’ way.