Because what else allows our partners to overlook our foibles and shortcomings (and, need I say, vice-versa)?
If you purchased the Joana Miranda Studio 2017 Cartoon Calendar you’ll recognize this cartoon which is now available as a greeting card in my shop at Etsy:
Also, brand new, is this Dating Couples greeting card:
More “couples” cartoon cards are in the works, so stay tuned. In the meantime, may you be showered with many smooches (and laughs)!
Joana Miranda Studio
Which is pretty much how many of the majestic buildings along Central Park West have been looking in these last days of fall. Without further ado, here are some of my best photos from this week:
Because being out in the sun and crisp fresh air will cure just about any blues!
Here’s what Central Park is looking like this week…
With the New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theater fall seasons wrapped up, my husband and I jumped at the chance to escape from the city for a few days. We chose to head up to New England since we know and love the area, and getting there is fairly easy via Dartmouth Coach.
The views on the lake where my mom spends every summer were a wintry mix of hazy purples with dots of late fall orange foliage.
And the autumn light (seen here from a covered bridge in Woodstock, VT) bathed the landscape in a shimmery glow.
Fallen leaves and bare branches…
Made it seem like Thanksgiving is just around the corner. (Or perhaps it was our TWO trips to the fabulous King Arthur Flour store in Norwich, VT that whet our appetite for holiday baking and celebrating!)
In any case, we certainly were very thankful for our little escape!
Actually, I should preface this post to say that my favorite thing of late is just getting a free hour to walk outside with my camera! With the New York City Ballet fall season well underway, there’s been little time for anything but practicing, rehearsing and performing. But today I DID get a free hour and the weather just happened to be sublime. Fall is only just beginning here, but even so the light is starting to change and a few leaves are following suit as well.
Here’s what I saw on my walk…