Fall In New England

It’s been awhile! The months of 2020 are becoming a blur. I feel like we were just celebrating Henry’s first birthday and now it’s almost November.

Fall in New England is my favorite. It’s one of the top things I missed when living in Los Angeles. There’s just nothing quite like it.

The foliage, apple & pumpkin picking, hot cider, crisp air, sweater weather…

Within the past month or so I celebrated my birthday, explored some local farms and breweries, and kept busy with Henry who is almost 16 months now!

We also both came down with colds and spent extra time at home and bundled up together. I never realized just how impossible caring for a sick child while sick would be.

Work and life are going well but this change of seasons has me turning inward more than normal, reflecting on the big life shifts we’ve made and will continue to.

Thanks for following along.

This blog is special place for me, and while I’m not always able to pop by as frequently as I’d like to—when I do, it feels good and right.

Here are some snapshots of life lately here in Massachusetts.

(And yes, we got snow yesterday—on Oct. 30)

Brrrrr… I’m still not used to this after over six years in LA. But I better buckle up for winter!


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