I've moved! This page should automatically redirect in 5 seconds, but if it doesn't, then click here.

3.19.2013

MY NEW YORK + ROUND THESE PARTS







there's not too much to report on this end. life has been... a little unclear and a little uneasy and quite a bit of leaning into the unknown. 

but okay. 

life has been okay--both because of and despite all those many murky things. 

though i must admit  i do believe the winter blues stole upon me these last few weeks and i can feel my body craving spring, calling out for the green that heralds the season. i love my neighborhood always, but never quite so much as when it is flush with green and the birds sing that morning song. 

13 comments:

Punky J said...

Girl, I feel ya on the craving Spring part. The lack of warmth and sunshine has gotten me down lately. I started taking Vitamin D supplements. Ha, no joke. And actually, it has helped !

Jacob Phelps said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Jacob Phelps said...

gorgeous photos, as always! This Kentuckian is ready for spring as well!

Shawnee said...

always love interesting doors. oh, to be a door! all of the love + action + sights to see.

so ready for spring, as well.

Alice said...

Loved Peels - that granola is heaven! I think I ate breakfast there three out of the seven mornings I was in NYC! x

her grace said...

I used to live in England. And whenever I came home to Arizona over Christmas I would invariably look up to find myself wearing my swimsuit and parading and sloshing around outside in the midwinter sun. Just drinking in. And not caring a fig about anything else.

Christopher Malone said...

Meanwhile, in Syracuse...

The lovely hit of wet snow weather created a finish. This morning, the snow had a brittle coating, and the top of the snow had an eggshell texture, but it was strong enough to trip my steps in the slightest bit.

The snow upon my car held true, breaking apart like breaking through the crispy crème brûlée top. It was entertainingly laughable to break through to the car and slide the frozen snow puzzle pieces off.

The less winter activities done this year, skiing and snowshoeing, yields more anticipation for spring... which won't hit until late may.

Lucky NYCers.

Kat said...

how do u edit your pictures?

Daina A. said...

We need spring so badly here in NYC! This snow is really bringing me down. Last night was seriously an unexpected hot mess.

I am so excited to have lunch with a friend next week at Peels; it has been awhile since I have been there and I am craving their biscuits! Hope you are having a great week!

Brittany said...

I've been hearing great things about Frances and Bernard--your recommendation is tipping me over the edge. I'll have to pick it up. And Meg, I really love your photos of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Makes me anxious to visit again.

Alice said...

What beautiful pictures!! I hope your winter blues pass soonish- I think I've got them at the moment, but sunshine (even though it's BLOODY FREEZING) is helping somewhat. x

natalie said...

i feel like i've just taken a wonderful journey to new york back in the 1950's or something. i love your black and white images! so dreamy. nat x

mindy said...

our adventure made the blog! never wanted that violinist to stop, ever.