We can all sense it in the air. Fall is upon us. The fresh inspiration it tags along is something I tend to cling to. Fall is the season to try new things, start new collections, be brave and adventurous, and fall in love with the simple things.
It's quite possible that I just ordered 100 dried butterflies. I've considered collecting them for some time now and thought today is as good a day as any. I think moth and butterfly collections are so beautiful, mysterious, and delicate. A lot like life tends to be.
I want my closet to own a 1,000 over sized sweaters and ponchos by the end of fall. I have a few already and catch myself wearing them almost every day, and it's not even that chilly outside yet. I've definitely found my statement pieces this fall.
p.s. I found this via Laura's Pinterest. She's my absolute favorite to follow, and if our style is at all similar, you should follow her too.
Learning to cook has been on the back burner since the day I got married. I can follow a recipe for the most part, but learning how to create your own recipes, or at least putting your own twist to it, has never been something I've felt confident in. This fall I'm hoping to make a few things from scratch, tweaking it as I go.
This fall we are going to embark on the biggest adventure we've yet to experience. I can't wait to share more about it with you.
Lately I've been in need of having a 'get away' location. A place with no work, computers, deadlines, editing, phone calls, or emails. A place to appreciate the earth I live on. I recently found the most peaceful, lovely trail with trees, fields, and winding turns. I'm always asking Josh if we can grab a cup of coffee and take a stroll. Sometimes you need a good walk to clear your head, filled with inspiring conversations about the past, present, and future, and hold hands with your sweetheart. These are the moments we are going to cherish the most.
Fall, I'm ready for everything you have to offer.