rug / geo pendant light / credenza / cardboard deer / side table / gold wishbone / muse blanc candle
Hope everyone had a good weekend! Being as I work from my house I decided to extend my weekend by taking the day off from blogging yesterday. I can't report back that I accomplished very much or even did anything out of the ordinary, but the weather was sunny and windy and we did go for lots of walks in the crisp falling leaves, enjoying watching them swirl and dance around us. The weekend was pretty low-key as well, we went to the arcade and I made another trip to Powell's. Not that I don't have enough books - trust me I do, all over my house. In fact I have a stack of "to read next" books on my nightstand that I could easily reach over and dig into at any given moment, but they have been staring at me too long, and having been in a reading slump for about the last month I needed something to get me reading on the regular again. So my weekend was busy with reading as well. (Wondering what got me reading again? It was this. I can't say I love it, there's maybe something with the translation that's throwing me off, but it's a fast and easy read, it has my attention and I think it's gotten back on the reading wagon and that's certainly enough for me to like it.).
I think a component of my low-key state is that I am in the limbo of right before the holidays start. I know it's not officially time yet, but I also know soon (days? weeks? ) I will suddenly be feeling like time is running out and the holidays are just around the corner. I want to start thinking and doing but I am having a hard time getting myself to the starting line. So to get my mind in the spirit of holiday crafting, cooking and shopping I can think of no better method than creating a little holiday wishlist of my own. Granted I am not sure Santa's sleigh is big enough for a couple of these items, but if he's asking, I am just going throw it out there.