I love crisp apples. I love blueberry crisp dessert. I generally speak and write in a crisp manner, in other words, with no nonsense and concise.
But the crisp I want to talk about is the crisp air we have when autumn comes. I love the invigorating, brisk, refreshing, exhilarating, and energizing air and atmosphere. Fall is my favorite season. I love the winter too, but I really like the fall! Summer is too hot and spring usually comes pretty fast after winter, going from cold to hot way too quickly. I love sweater weather and rarely use a winter coat.
Why do I like a crisp autumn? According to National Multiple Sclerosis Society “many people with MS experience a temporary worsening of their symptoms when the weather is very hot or humid, or when they run a fever. These temporary changes can result from even a slight elevation in core body temperature (one-quarter to one-half of a degree). An elevated temperature further impairs the ability of a demyelinated nerve to conduct electrical impulses.” That definitely describes the effects I experience.