One huge advantage of moving back to Seattle was the return to seasons. Sure, the temperatures change a bit month over month in San Francisco, but I missed ushering in new seasons in a more obvious manner. Seattle is amazing in the fall with lots of clear, cold, crisp days with pretty blue skies. There are also plenty of rainy days that are perfect for keeping cozy indoors. This weekend was pretty wet so Duncan and I stayed close to home for the most part.
Waking up to no alarm is such a rare treat and I was able to do just that both Saturday and Sunday. Indy didn't want to get out of bed either. I sipped coffee in our own little diner and read for a while. Olive did some reading as well. I got word from Cyroline that they received their big order of Vivi Dot Watch Necklaces and Hair Pins. If you're in Germany make sure to check them out at a Cyroline store near you! We did get out on Sunday to head to the huge Goodwill in our neighborhood. I found the perfect skirt for my Halloween costume, Olive's new cat book (featured above), a cute cow creamer, and an owl for our yard. I found this awesome sign the weekend before that will be up in our diner soon. We finished out the lovely weekend with a yummy meal of stuffed peppers. Gotta love the dramatic oven lighting on this one:Other activities not documented with my iPhone camera included watching The Fantastic Mr. Fox on our new bluray player, going to see It's Kind of a Funny Story (highly recommended/awesome soundtrack), going to a staff meeting for the dance studio, a little wedding planning/research, and picking up some pumpkins. What did you do this weekend?