A beautiful doorway in 66th Street, Manhattan. One of the advantages of a walking city is appreciating what beauty there is always around us when we can take the time to see. We also of course see sadness and squalor. It’s all part of our shared human experience, isn’t it, the good with the bad, the happy the sad, the cycle, every day a death and a resurrection, and the gift of grace in each moment. Not sure what has me waxing philosophical this Sunday morning! Walking allows us the contemplation that whizzing by does not, and I’m seeing that the Camino my friends and I completed a few weeks ago, is always beginning again. @hollyejacobs @duvallfuqua @ccwilliamsonsr @mollyfroelich @maureenchilton @lesliegraves26 @mossmandanielle @aishashaque @patriciaglass1 @staceyrenker And all my Camino sisters and brother (!) @randallday and inspired by @walk2connect
Join Alex Hitz, “the very best host in the world,” alongside his dearest friends and experts in the world of floral and interior design, lifestyle, textiles and entertaining. Enjoy a cocktail virtually as they discuss their craft, shared years of friendship and silver linings in our ever-changing world. Alex’s guests include textile designer Lisa Fine, artist and lifestyle expert Frances Schultz, and master designer Richard Keith Langham – all moderated by Flower Magazine Editor Margot Shaw. Join us for an evening of lively, entertaining, enticing discussion among good friends!