In a whirlwind of recovering after living in New York City for a divine week I've been busy with blissful Autumn activities. I came home feeling slightly empty after such a glorious trip (photos and thoughts next week after the weekend!). The leaves had rapidly changed colour while I was away so the landscape is golden and orange and leaves are raining at my home and the fields are harvested.
This week I've been getting back into the swing of normal life. Magical trick-or-treating Monday night, a brilliant sushi dinner Tuesday, leisurely walks through my forest, watching New York films with my mum (You've Got Mail, Breakfast at Tiffany's♥), gazing at the stars in the cold winds, and sipping coffee and reading VOGUE by the fire.
November has arrived and I'd quite forgotten how much I enjoy this month. The day's become extremely short allowing more time to sketch and read by the fire or decorate your room. And in this month the outdoors becoming barren in a mysteriously beautiful way.
With this month's arrival comes the excitement for warm, cosy, familiar Thanksgiving and with Thanksgiving's arrival comes that pre-Christmas giddiness.
I can truly say that October, November, and December are the most perfect trio of months.
Also with November's arrival comes that yearning to watch Deathly Hallows Part 1-which, in my opinion, is a perfect and breathlessly wonderful film!
Still, my heart is in New York City.