The street was busy with familiar yellow cabs and other cars. It was rush hour, and everyone was trying to get home while the restaurants and bars started to light up their neon signs.
The drivers honked in frustration, but Silje, who was on foot, was walking with a light heart. It was rush hour, but it didn't mean anything to her.
In an ivory trench coat, high heels, and a pink scarf, Silje looked like spring. Wearing a pair of sunglasses, she smiled happily as she hurriedly walked to her destination.
It wasn't that she was late, and she actually didn't know where she would be going tonight. She was going to call him very soon to find out what he wanted to do.
Waiting for the green light, she took a deep breath. The wind was still chilly, but it felt gentle, reminding her that the spring was finally coming to New York.
"Could it really be almost spring already? It has been so cold this winter in New York. Worse than any other year. I miss the warmth."
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