As I sit in my room, watching the rain and thunder strike everything in its path, I forget that we here in New York City might not get the devastation from Hurricane Florence that North Carolina got, but we can get her remnants and thats just what we’re getting right now.
The nights are starting to get darker earlier than usual, and those 90 degree temperatures with the just as high humidity are slowly going away.
(Truth be told, I won’t miss those.)
It’s the 19th of September and in two days we’re going to be saying goodbye (and good riddance) to those sweltering hot days.
The cooler weather is coming, which means stock up on all things that are Pumpkin Spice, whether it be tea, coffee, cake or even ice cream.
I’m taking a break from traveling for awhile, but who knows, that may change.
The summer months of May, June, July and August were full of good memories.
Smelling the flowers on the Bronx campus of Manhattan College, a place that I hadn’t been to since I was in college in the 1970’s.
Revisting Atlantic City , something I hadn’t done in 4 years and walking on the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk , another one of the things on my bucket list .
Eating seafood and getting a history lesson in one of my favorite cities, Baltimore, Maryland .
Yeah, there was some baseball in there too, because no matter what the season is, there’s going to be a 30 Plus Teams Tour going on.
There was even some time to enjoy New York City , Roosevelt Island and the Brooklyn Bridge Park , another thing to cross off my bucket list .
Finally in June, there was one of my favorite memories.
Getting together with other sports divas at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas , another one of my favorite cities.
Summer went very fast, but then it seems as though 2018 is going by wicked fast .
But my great memories of 2018 will live on and I hope you enjoy these memories as much as I did.