first unofficial day of fall.

September 12, 2010


if i hadn't decided last minute to wear my knee high socks, i don't think yesterday would have been as perfect as it was. but then again, french toast, picking out old black and white movies in the library, snacking on peppermint sticks with mr kindred spirit himself, setting up a tent without instructions, telling ghost stories with caramel popcorn, and mainly smiling so much that my cheeks hurt all day, all went a long way, too.

when we woke up yesterday morning, we decided to declare the day as the first unofficial day of fall -- and all that originally meant was that we were going to wear sweaters and listen to christmas music 4 months too early -- but in the end, that happened to be one of the best decisions i've made in a long time.

12 comments:

Jodie Eileen ツ said...

I'm looking foward to hearing more about this mr. kindred spirit person :)

Erin said...

this post is so lovely. and happymaking. :)

Kaleena J. said...

Haha!! I was listening to Christmas music this weekend too! :)

kara lynn said...

umm. that sounds extremely lovely. i'm so in

adri said...

i think we are supposed to be friends. haha, i played relient k's christmas album in my car a few days ago :) i always start celebrating it early! yay for fall.

Jess said...

I LOVE it! Sounds like such a fun and awesome day!

Jess said...

I LOVE it! Sounds like such a fun and awesome day!

Ruth said...

Is there really much better than listening to premature Christmas music? I haven't worked up the guts yet.

Mandy said...

I want some knee socks :) Looks like you had a good weekend! And CA looked like so much fun too.

Brittany said...

you are cute. and i may need to listen to christmas music now....

Sara said...

This morning was actually (relatively) chilly! And last night there was a beautiful, beautiful breeze. I am loving the fact that the weather is much, much nicer!

JMay said...

I love that look w/ the socks and low boots, adorable!

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