October 29, 2014
October 28, 2014
October 27, 2014
From a much-needed, low-key fall weekend. This one featured a walk in Prospect Park, hot chocolate at home, iced mocha from LPQ (too watery, unfortunately), Haydn, Beethoven, and Schubert, much-needed conversations with friends, and a now-cozy apartment that is truly ready for the week.
October 24, 2014
From the week of fall.
10/17/14: Starting the day with fancy avocado toast and ending it with violin sonatas. Perfect.
10/18/14: On the sill.
10/19/14: Central Park magic.
10/20/14: Starting the workday off with a surprise treat.
10/21/14: Two-coffees-per-week kind of week.
10/22/14: Brooklyn rain, day one.
10/23/14: A piece of the West Village in my neck of the woods.
October 23, 2014
A few books ago, I realized that Bergdorf Goodman might not only have holiday windows, but ones for the seasons as well. This weekend, I saw that this was to some extent true. While there aren't that many windows, some do express the magic of fall. And to me, they're classic New York.
This might just be worth making a tradition out of!
October 22, 2014
This was one of the best I've ever seen. Union Square was bursting with fall—with colorful vegetables and fruits, including pumpkins. I strolled through it for a while on Saturday, looking at all of the produce and the flowers, and taking in the season. Here's to the Union Square farmer's market, where I celebrated fall in full, cup of apple cider in hand. I'm keeping my promise to enjoy this season to its fullest, because autumn in New York is really something.