My favorite part of the weekend is Sunday, specifically late morning.
My ideal way to spend a late Sunday morning is brunch, a good farmer’s market, and thrifting. That sounds like an ideal way to spend any morning actually.
I go to LA a lot. Sometimes twice a month. Long story (extremely) short, long distance relationships are hard. But spending a Sunday like described above, even if for that one day, makes it feel like real life. When I am in LA, I like to partake in old married couple activities. I love going to the grocery store, cooking, going to the movies, having game nights with friends; it makes the short visits seem more real, rather than spending the day at Disneyland or cramming in every possible activity that by the end of the weekend, you felt like you didn’t spend any quality time together.
This day though, this was a good day.
And then we ate our farmer’s market fruits, pita, hummus, cheese, and sliced meat off a cutting board. That alone made it a great day.
Now that you feel sympathetic towards me and my first world problems, do me a solid and enter my Crossroads sponsored giveaway! <————-Click there!
I need to ask you a serious question. How many pairs of ankle boots do you have to have before you officially have a problem? Specifically, black ankle boots. After picking up these babies at Crossroads, I may now have four pairs of black ankle boots. Four doesn’t seem like that many, but when they are all black and people cannot tell them apart, it may be a problem. It may be a problem I don’t think will stop anytime soon.
I am getting more and more comfortable taking my outfit photos in public instead of hiding in alleyways. I feel like they come out more natural and I move around more, so instead of Ugly Mug getting frustrated because he is taking the same photo fifty-four times, he get’s frustrated because I won’t stay in the same spot for more than fifty-four seconds.
“Take a picture of me eating a sample!” Oh, blogger life.
Yes, I will get a new purse! Ok, that was a lie. I am a one purse woman, honestly. It’s too much work to switch between two purses.
How many purses do you regularly use?
All photos credit of Ugly Mug Photography
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