A photojournal of the Wooster Square neighborhood in New Haven, Connecticut. And, occasionally a photo of New Haven, of course, of course.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

So Long, Wooster Square

I've been lax in posting because of starting my new position and getting ready to move to the parsonage.  I've loved living in New Haven and I am quite sad to leave.  Perhaps I'll be able to return some day.  This is a shot from the Green of several of the buildings downtown. 

I'm moving to Wilton, Connecticut which is a lovely suburban community in lower Fairfield County.  I'm thinking that after I'm settled I'll begin a Wilton Daily Photo for you all to see Wilton.  It's a town with lots of colonial history, Weir Farm, and artists community, farms and lots of open space. 

Until we meet again!


  1. Thanks for sharing New Haven. We look forward to Wilton posts.
    Go in peace to love and serve the Lord.

  2. Thank you Dina. Suzanne

  3. Suzanne - good luck and many blessings to you as you move and start a new journey! It would be fun to see your new town, parsonage, church, art community, etc.! I married a Lutheran PK.....
    A cyber hug from friendly EAGAN

  4. A beautifully composed image.
    Best wishes in your new assignment.

  5. Hello, Suzanne.

     Your work is embraced in your gentleness.
     Sharing a moment of peace.
     It is a joy for all.

     Your heart warm message in the cold.
     I always give mind of thanks to you.

    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma❃

  6. Hello, Suzanne.

    Lovely and heartwarming your works..

    Thank you for your visit.
    I thank for your usual and hearty support.
    The prayer for all peace.

    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma❃

  7. We will welcome your new blog and seeing your new home. I hope you and your family will love it.

  8. Keep in touch. Want to see more of your work.

  9. Hello, Suzanne.

     Expression of great moment.
     Fascinating photographing.

    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma ❃

  10. Good luck with the move Suzanne, looking forward to seeing Wilton.