Grounded in Family in NYC
Our family celebrated Labor Day Weekend in NYC, blending old favorites into new traditions including architecture, beach and theatre, interspersed with great food, beverage and people watching. Taking the subway and being surrounded by massive, diverse crowds of humanity is both energizing and exhausting and a lesson in patience and paying closer attention. With our New England-based parents departed and our sons living in Brooklyn/Queens, we have more reason to spend time in the “City That Never Sleeps” and create new memories together.
Starting new traditions can be a positive jolt to the system and create new ways of seeing yourself in the world. What is calling out to you to change as we head into autumn?
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