First Day of Fall

It’s fall y’all! For me falls here in New York means a new season with its crisp air, chunky scarves, show stopping leaf displays with vibrant reds, oranges and yellow leaves, apple cider, warm blankets and snuggling by cozy fires. A busy time for us with the kids back in school and trips to the…

Cherry Blossom

“Suddenly she was seeing the buds on the cherry trees around her; she could feel the energy packed within them, a bouquet of fireworks whose fuse had already been lit. She could smell them, too, a subtle essence of pink and lollipops, the sweetness deepened by the scent of the slowly warming earth below them.”…

Spring 2019

Spring is finally here! Actually, it came a few days ago and what a beautiful day today  is here in New York! All the snow is gone and everything is fresh, not exactly green yet but warm, almost 50 degrees. Spring is a time of re-birth, of re-emergence, a promise of warmer weather to come….

Gazebo’s in snow.

Larchmont Manor Park is famous for it’s beautiful gazebo’s, stone paths and benches along the water. The rain turned into snow in the early hours and the snow was fresh with hardly any tracks. The park was pretty much deserted except for a few dog walkers. Everything covered in velvety white and beautiful. The water…

Wintertime

After a mostly easy winter mother nature decides it time to let us “have it”. I woke up to this beautiful snow scene today in New York with the weather man promising more for the next couple days.  After dropping the kids at school I decided to venture out and explore the trails. My long…

Autumn Is Beautiful Series

Yesterday I took a walk in the softening sunlight and the sights and sounds of fall stirred my soul. Whether you call it fall or autumn, there is no doubt that this is a beautiful time to be in New York. But today is the opposite of yesterday, so cold and windy reminding us that…

Hint Of Snow

“Be as a bird perched on a frail branch that she feels bending beneath her, still she sings away all the same, knowing she has wings.” -Victor Hugo  

Shadows & Tracks

“Well, I know now. I know a little more how much a simple thing like a snowfall can mean to a person”― Sylvia Plath

Be Still & Listen

I took these yesterday on my walk and decided to share now as I will be off word press for a few days doing Christmas stuff.  So TGIF and enjoy! “Go outside. Don’t tell anyone and don’t bring your phone. Start walking and keep walking until you no longer know the road like the palm…