Tag Archives: autumn

How Do I Love Thee, Pumpkin? Let Me Count The Ways…

I love autumn. There may be no other season that New York City wears so well. These days, everything is all red and gold tinted, the morning air is beginning to feel a bit more crisp, and you can’t really … Continue reading

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Autumn-Inspired Classes at the Brooklyn Brainery

Do you ever wish that you were a kid again, if nothing else but for the wondrous experience of sitting in a classroom and learning (okay, and maybe shamelessly rolling about in a pile of leaves)? Adults continue to learn … Continue reading

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Mum’s the Word

When I was growing up, my mother’s favorite season for gardening and working on home improvement projects was autumn. At the first sign of leaves falling she’d come home from the market with corn stalks to line our front door … Continue reading

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Those End of Summer Blue(bell)s

“But now in September the garden has cooled, and with it my possessiveness.  The sun warms my back instead of beating on my head …The harvest has dwindled, and I have grown apart from the intense midsummer relationship that brought … Continue reading

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