And I don’t know when I will be back again…. I seriously love that song. Of course my type A personality means I DID know when I would be back, but still the sentiment and excitement of travel was very definitively present. Sunday morning, my partner in crime, fellow jet setter and blonde fashionista and… Continue reading Leaving On A Jet Plane….
“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” ~ Confucius Bonus point is if you recognized my ode to nineties cartoons. If you did not, never mind…I just dated myself horribly! I have been all over the place I tell you! I kid. Kind of. The last two weeks have been a whirl wind and… Continue reading Where in The World Has Kate Been?
“My favorite thing about New York is the view, the skyline.” ~ Jack Reynor Spring in February and I am in love! Seriously. To be given the chance to shed my heavy winter coat for a lighter one. To actually be fashionable and not freeze my digits off, and go exploring this beautiful city, without… Continue reading Spring Days in Brooklyn Take Two
“I remember perfectly my first trip to New York, when I was on the bridge between Brooklyn and Manhattan, when I saw the skyscrapers. It was like an incredible dream.” ~ Diego Della Valle I am the epitome of a New Yorker. As an Upper East Sider, I am nestled cozily and comfortably in my… Continue reading Blustery Days in Brookyn
“Snow provokes responses that reach right back to childhood.” ~ Andy Goldsworthy Well it finally happened! We finally got a blizzard. A real honest to goodness blizzard! School was out across the Tri-state and maybe it was the fact that for the most part the winter has been pretty mild, but everyone, adults and kids… Continue reading Snowbrellas and Snow Days
“Many a calm river begins as a turbulent waterfall, yet none hurtles and foams all the way to the sea.” ~ Mikhail Lermontov Growing up in the White Mountains, I hiked year round. Yes, even in the winter. What? Do I like torture? Nope not particularly. I get the trepidation of winter hiking; its cold,… Continue reading Delving into that Waterfall Chase
“In the reading room in the New York Public Library All sorts of souls were bent over silence reading the past, Or the present, or maybe it was the future, patrons Devoted to silence and the flowering of the imagination” ~ Richard Eberhart I have been sorely remiss when it comes to talking about my favorite… Continue reading Wanderlusting in the New York Public Library