Summer is my least favorite season. Living in the New York, especially in the city, the heat is oppressive. I'm not even exaggerating, anyone who has stood on the union square NQR subway platform, during rush hour, in late July knows exactly what I'm talking about. The heat makes me lazy and a lazy Chloe is a very unhappy Chloe.
But recently, over the past two years, summer has grown on me. Now I take the season to go on trips and travel. Having the time to actually go, without focusing on doing is refreshing. During this post-grad transition time, it's incredibly helpful for my self-care and psyche to combat all the daily work and sweat with occasional beach trips and bbqs upstate.
Now, it's the second week of September, and fall is here. I'm patiently waiting for apple trees heavy with fruit and all the trees on the Taconic blazing with the fall palate. Sweater weather ftw.
But I'll miss summer all the same. And so, as a final goodbye here's a look at this past fourth of July that I spent back home. Because America's birthday is basically the highlight of summer, let's be honest.
Title: Fire Hazard
Location: Upstate, NY
Date: July 4, 2016