As summer winds down, Taylor Swift's work schedule is revving up. And while her new love Conor Kennedy has already gone back to school, the couple, whose romance heated up over the summer, did not stay apart for long.
On Saturday, Swift, 22, and Kennedy, 18, headed for the intimately lit Taylor's Tavern & Restaurant in Greenfield, Mass., a quaint New England town only a few miles from Kennedy's prep school in Deerfield.
"They were very happy and very polite," says a source. "She was very sweet."
The young duo, who have spent a lot of time together in the past few months, enjoyed a warm, sunny weekend in a scenic part of Massachusetts dotted with farm stands and country stores. Kennedy and Swift also indulged in a classic country pastime, antiquing.
Paying a visit to Deerfield's Old Station Antiques on Saturday, they browsed together in the store not far from Kennedy's dorm, according to a source.
On Sunday, Swift once again had to say goodbye. She left late in the afternoon – as Kennedy presumably prepared for Monday morning classes.
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