Tuesday, October 25, 2016
October is easily one of my favorite months of the year. After the scorching heat of the summer, my body always craves the cooler temperatures of fall and the crisp air that envelopes me as soon as I leave the house. Nothing tugs on my heartstring in quite the same way as seeing the trees become a little bit more colorful each day does and seeing the fog cling to the hills every morning gives me the kind of satisfaction that only fellow fall lovers will understand. I love walking through the Old Town these days, the ground wet from the rain that has fallen in the night, I love seeing large displays of pumpkins taking up space in the grocery stores and I love seeing my Instagram feed blow up with pictures of all the usual fall clichés, but the one thing I love the most is how invigorated this time of the year always makes me feel.
Friday, October 7, 2016
I have come to notice something about the way I blog recently and that is that I'm only able to write when I'm in the library. I can edit pictures pretty much anywhere as long as it’s neither too dark or too light, but writing needs to happen in the library if I want to have any chance of producing something that is actually worth reading. So, I guess that’s how I explain the recent radio silence on my blog: I haven’t been to the library in a few weeks, but traveling to France and England.
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