Until a month ago, the humidity in the east coast had me pining for Fall.
With nothing but a suitcase and a few shopping bags of new clothing, I moved into my apartment--I was anything but ready for the rather rapid switch in seasons. The wind chill is still nothing like Chicago's, but after semi-living in Dallas for nearly two years, my body definitely notices the climate change. Lately, I have come to appreciate Dallas albeit slightly late into the game. Aside from the excruciating heat and humidity, Dallas has plenty to offer. I'll have to accept the funky smell of the Hoboken and NYC streets after some serious rainfall...sooner than later.
While my friends and family in California and Texas continue to enjoy the remnants of summer, I must say a belated, "Adios!"
Being new to the city, I reached out to a college friend and asked if she wanted to hang out on Labor Day. We grabbed brunch at Great Banks and explored the area near World Trade Center. Since Labor Day means fun and casual, I opted to dress down in short overalls and a tee.
Here's a cheer to the beginnings of Autumn as this is my last post to you, Summer!