Leaves fall, a breeze blows. The transition to Autumn is easy this year. One reason for that is this Victorian town: a beauty in fall. I find most solace from the warmth of another; close on those cold days.
Spent too much money At Union Square Green Market to cheer myself up. November 2nd made true with apple cider and a fresh made pie. Nearby a band played. For a second I re-fell in love with New York.
On the fire escape the rain soaked through our t-shirts. There was a new wind. The wind continued through the night, and that morning it seemed fall was here. I cut my own hair, to change like the season did. but it's uneven.
I like the ice cream but I am really here for the rainbow sprinkles.
Morning walk to school tired and stressed but happy that sun was shining Notice pidge standing on lower branch. XOLily
A frozen city is a hazardous city, an ice rink of death. The eerie Melting Snowmen art installation by the Flatiron. XOLily
Sleepy Octoberrolls in like clouds and the seaof black umbrellas. The slow drip of rainmatches my drooping eyelids.Class, please be over. I want to crawl backinto my cocoon, my nestof cozy blankets. XOLily
The past few weeks I've been staying at my best friend Emily's house which means that not only have I been spending a lot of time with my BFF, but I've also been spending a lot of time with her beagle Georgia. This week's Haikus are inspired by said pup. All is wonderful, but nothing … Continue reading Haiku Wednesday, from a dog’s point of view
The boulangerie produces such lovely smells, like bread and sugar. The sugary glaze glistens on a small gâteau. Visible sweetness. Small, stacked towers of multicolored macarons, are perfectly formed. How does the meringue on top of a tarte citron feel as light as air? XOLily
There's something about the smell of Washington earth that I miss today. XOLily