goodbye ny



Shortly before we moved here from the South, Luke and I listened to this wonderful book by a lifelong native of NYC. We hoped it would acclimate us to the city and give us a bit of insight to understand, navigate, and experience it the best we could. At the time I found it difficult to really hear what the author was saying as he described locations and street names I'd never heard of or seen. Now that we're leaving, it seems only fitting to listen to the book again. After our time living nearby and frequently visiting the city, the stories are so much easier to place in my mind.

I'll miss New York. A year and a half isn't nearly long enough to even begin to get to know such a vast and interesting place. But we did our best to take advantage of the time we lived so close to this magical city, and I will always remember it.


View of the skyline before entering the Lincoln Tunnel

Honey at the Union Square GreenmarketRooftops and old lettering

The Tree at Rockefeller Center

New York TimesCommutingScenes from my only jog in the city

Lower Manhattan from the FDR highway

Walking on the High Line
Grand Central Terminal
Empire State sights
Manhattan Bridge from DUMBO, BrooklynPretty brownstones near the Paperfinger studio
Luke and I at Brooklyn Bridge Park