Sweater: The Limited
Jeans: AE Jeggings
Shoes: Blowfish Blyth Booties
Earrings: Tree and Kimble
"You're the Northern Wind sending shivers down my spine. You're like fallen leaves in an autumn night." - City and Colour
In a month where we are suppose to reflect on what we are thankful for, I have to say that today I'm thankful for warmer temperatures outside. It was down right cold this past weekend, and I spent a lot of time outdoors. My son had a football game on Saturday and then we came home and planted pansies and tulip bulbs. I was bitching and complaining all day that I was already sick of cold weather. When I finally got indoors, I cranked the heat up and took a long nap. It took the rest of the night to get my body temperature back to normal. Poor Jerry was roasting in the apartment in shorts and a t-shirt.
Despite the warmer temperatures, I've been in a bit of a funk mood-wise. What else is new, right? I've been extremely quiet all week and have kind of kept to myself. I'm having a hard time with a project at work, and I think it's getting me down. Jerry has been really great in cheering me up. He does little things to brighten my day and reduce my stress. I had a box of Lemonheads (one of my fav's) waiting for me on my desk this morning.
There's nothing earth shattering about this outfit. Jerry and I had a chill day, and I wanted to be comfortable, so I put on my favorite comfy sweater, a tank, and some jeans. I am in love with my new shoes, though. I ordered these a few weeks ago from Ruche and finally decided to break them in. I'm also wearing another goodie from my Tree and Kimble purchase. These are the pair of earrings I got for free during the "buy a necklace get a pair of earrings free" promotion.
Fall foliage has been pretty much non-existent this year. I swear last week the trees still had green leaves and now most of them have no leaves at all. I'm blaming that cold northern wind from this weekend for blowing them all away. As far as Fall foliage goes, I think the gingko tree has the best. I love the shape of the gingko leaves and their vibrant yellow color. There are 2 of these trees in my small town that are just gorgeous this time of year, so Jerry and I hopped in the car before dark to try and snap some pictures with them. I was nervous that the leaves were going to be gone already, but there were still quite a few hanging on. I was actually thankful for the one's on the ground. They added a much needed contrast to these pictures. I guess that Northern wind wasn't entirely bad after all.
City and Colour - Northern Wind
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