With snow on the ground, Hubby and I have been thinking of our decision to stay home for the holidays. And have a celebration just for two.
I’m planning another fictional High Heels in the Wilderness event. An escape from all our cares. Are you up for a getaway weekend in Paris?
It’s cold and windy outside. The kettle has boiled. Time for the season of hunkering down with a good book to begin. Here’s what I’m reading.
November means the end of sweater weather. Usually. Except for a few sunny, warm days this week when it was sweater weather again.
2020 has been one heck of a year. A difficult year. One big teachable moment, in my opinion. And it’s not over yet.
I finally did my coat closet review. Counted my coats. Reviewed how much I wear them, and if I need one more to complete my coat wardrobe.
Today I’m bracing myself for winter and whatever winter may bring. And by writing about my feelings I hope I can find a little sanguinity.
I’m excited to introduce to my first ever monthly vlog. A video about what Hubby and I are up to, what we’re doing and eating and thinking. Hope you like it.
Hubby and I share a love of food, glorious food. Good thing. I couldn’t be married to a man who wasn’t as obsessed with food as I am.
This week, my ongoing plan to wear what I own involves a five-year-old coat sweater. One I love and intend to wear more often. Hopefully.
This week we’re hiking in the Madawaska Valley. Travelling, even this close to home, can be beneficial to the spirit, don’t you think?
I’m trying a new way to get dressed this week. Intentional dressing. Concocting my outfits with the intention of wearing one specific piece.
We are deep into fall now, and I am counting my blessings. Remembering what an unexpectedly wonderful summer I had, despite the pandemic.
I’m doing my fall wardrobe edit this weekend, my friends. At least that’s what I started out doing. But it didn’t quite go as planned.
This week, I’m finding joy in a few hidden treasures I’d forgotten about. One of them is extremely wearable this season. How lucky is that?
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