|a few more hikes, a few more swims|
it feels like the summer's winding down, though we still have a good month of heat, corn, peaches & tomatoes.
i'm itching to get back to a schedule, to poetry workshop and live college teaching, to kids in school all day, to sweaters and tights.
(do you remember, julie, the seventeen back to school issue? i was always sad that we wore shorts to school in az. for months, and it was almost never cold enough for a preppy wool sweater.)
so, although i'm starting to look forward to fall, my favorite season, and i'm loving the back-to-school outfit videos cecily has been working on, i'm also trying to embrace summer and not end it before it's over, if you know what i mean. trying to fit in the outdoor movies and theatre, a little more pool time, a picnic and a hike or two.
tonight we took the sundance moonlight chair lift ride for our date night. it's only held a couple of nights a month in the summer when the moon is full. sundance is so beautiful. i think it's the most beautiful of the utah resorts.
(i had to close my eyes going down on the lift on the super steep part, & also, to block out the envy, when i saw the sundance screenwriting lab residents with their lanyards allowing them entrance into certain areas "not open to the public"--why was i not one of them? what was going on in those off-limits areas?)
i'm also trying to plan my own first day of school outfit. it's a little trickier than it once was.
what's everyone wearing this year?
i have no idea!
julie turley, what will the trends be in nyc?