Autumn in New York
“Don't you love New York in the fall? It makes me want to buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address.” Nora Ephron couldn’t have said it better. There is something truly extra-ordinary about New York in the fall. It’s like every ordinary thing - getting bagels, stepping out of a subway station into the sun, walking under a canopy of trees - is extra…something. Something nice. And special.
That’s why we couldn’t resist slipping away to New York for a long weekend this October, renting an Airbnb and spending four days with people we love in our not-so-secret favorite city. We were even able to see my sister Hannah, who happened to be in town the same weekend with a gaggle of friends.
We ate, we dined, we (I) shopped. Checking off the bucket list with pasta at Sant Ambroeus, green suede booties at Sézane, and photos in Central Park (more on that to come!). Four days didn’t feel long enough, making us wonder if the end of this trip might just signal a longer, “forever” trip to come…