The other weekend I escaped to London for a little break from school's stresses. It was amazing to be back in a city in environment, especially in such a unique place such as London! Let me say now.... I fell in love quickly. There is a sophisticated and calm element in the atmosphere in this city, something unfamiliar to my New York oriented mind. Instead of sirens and crowds, I found charming mews and buzzing tea parlors. Notting Hill's quirk and charm is foreign and intriguing; every house unique and picture perfect that has hooked my interest. I found a piece of myself this weekend in London, and as beautiful as the English countryside is, my heart will always belongs to the city.
"Please don't see just a girl caught up in dreams and fantasies.
Please see me reaching out for someone I can't see. Take my hand, let's see where we wake up tomorrow."
I am home.... and it is one of the most incredible feelings to be back.
It feels like I never left.
Autumn is one of my favorite times to be in New York... The combination of the crisp morning air and crimson leaves makes fall my favorite season (as well as the addition of the pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks and cinnamon donuts at the Union Square Farmers Market of course).