Tag: Season

Slow Summer

I began the day by reading this delightful article On Eating Alone in Paris. There’s something so self-affirming about being alone and not feeling lonely. It’s like telling yourself, “Hey girl, I like spending time with you!” As… Read More

Spring Stroll – Ridgefield, CT

Pic(k) of the Week – Snowy March

Pic(k) of the Week – Joyeux Noël

Ridgefield Holiday Stroll 2017

If you had a list of New England town must-haves, three-century-old Ridgefield in Connecticut would tick every box. Located on the western fringe of Fairfield County, it’s the right amount of small. It’s upscale but not pretentious, has… Read More

Pic(k) of the Week – Autumn in New York

Hot Chocolate and Old Books in Kent

Have you ever bought a book because you liked how it smelled? Well, I just did. This is how it all began. We were in Kent, a town in Connecticut’s  Litchfield County, often described as “quaint.” For the… Read More

All Things Autumn

Autumn in New England is not to be taken lightly. It’s when the green around us gets replaced by flaming oranges and bright reds and golden yellows, but not for long. Soon most of the color will disappear,… Read More

Maine – Pristine Beaches and Lobster Tales

Deep harbors, scenic lighthouses, lobsters, blueberries, rocky coastlines, and thick forests come to mind when one thinks of Maine in summer. If you go by satellite images, its jagged coastline stretches to 5500 miles, if we include all… Read More

Pic(k) of the Week – Cold Springs, NY

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? — Mary Oliver, The Summer Day