Even though it’s just the beginning of November, I can already feel the season changing. When people ask what my favorite season is, I can never tell them. It always changes. I think every season is my favorite. I can’t pick one.
For winter, I love getting bundled up, drinking hot cocoa, staying inside (without making up excuses…), and Christmas, of course!
After Halloween, everything goes from ghoulish and scary to Christmas-y and festive. In my humble opinion, I love it!
I even drank a peppermint mocha frappuccino from Starbucks. Okay, don’t criticize me for being a typical white girl. I’m not going to let anyone spoil my mood.
We had a nice Halloween party at my sister’s house. Lots of kids dressed up in cute costumes.
I chose something very typical…an artist (original, right?!). It was kind of spur-of-the-moment. I went to the mall after work and bought the beret and striped shirt in a rush. I created the palette from some cardboard and grabbed a few paintbrushes from my collection.
If you want a very easy costume, this is it!
Anyway, in yesterday’s post I hinted at writing another post…so here it is!
This post was inspired by Downton Abbey characters, even though I have no clue what the show is about. I just like the way they dress. I would love to dress like this. But it is kind of hard to find pieces that I love that are reasonably priced.
I miss the way women used to dress in the early-mid 20th century. I miss the days where it wasn’t unusual for women to wear dresses everyday. Even though I was born many years after that style era, I still feel like I fit in with the 1950s housewives (slightly joking!).
Maybe I’ll learn how to make vintage-inspired pieces myself. Hmm. Don’t know if my sewing abilities are up to the task.
Tomorrow is Halloween. Maybe I’ll surprise you with another post (or maybe not).
Even though I have many aspirations to travel, see the world, be adventurous, etc., I still am a homebody at heart. There isn’t anything wrong with that, either 🙂
Lemons always remind me of cleaning supplies. And not in a bad way. The smell of clean to me is Lysol all-purpose cleaner, one of my favorites. For some reason, it’s just a really cheerful smell!
I made this “Harvest Night” invitation for the Halloween party my sister is hosting! I had such a fun time learning how to make the “watercolor” font. Thank you every-tuesday.com.
I am so loving this autumn, rainy, windy weather! Today I felt like the Morton Salt girl, except less adorable 🙂
This piece was inspired by, well, the weather. And I felt that rain drops needed to have a fancier name, thus rain gems.