This year, one of my resolutions was to have more self confidence and to get out of my own head. Since it is my birthday, and almost the half way point of 2017, I believe that I have been keeping up with this fairly well, but this weekend was definitely a great reminder! This weekend helped pull me out of self doubt and helped me start to only worry about what I can control. I think we could all use that reminder sometimes! All in all this was such a fabulous weekend with so many people that I love!
I wanted to switch things up a bit. BANG! I got bangs 🙂
Seattle is FINALLY experiencing semi-consistent sun! While the days may start off rainy or cloudy, eventually the sun makes its grand appearance in the afternoon! This beautiful sunny weather means that I need to start pulling out my summer pieces from the back of my closet!! (Summer in Seattle starts a bit later than the mid-west unfortunately)
Anyone else workin for the weekend?? 😉 It’s ALMOST Friday, guys! This weekend I am looking forward to watching the BIG 12 Tournament and hopefully watching my Iowa State Cyclones grab the Championship 😀 Okay so I am going to rant about a few of my favorite things lately…
The rain gives Seattle its charm. It makes Seattle feel like home because this is how I’ve grown to know and love this city. It never rains too hard and it never gets cold. It rains just enough to distort the city lights in our windows and make everything shine.
Giving a nod to the 80’s with this outfit 😉 I decided to channel the sun with my neon vibes this weekend!
It is officially Fall!! To celebrate, I had to bust out an oversized cardigan. I cannot wait for all of cozy sweaters, pretty leaves, and pumpkin spiced recipes that await in the next couple months! With the first day of fall comes the first of my baking endeavors of the season! Stay tuned for some pie posts coming to the blog soon:)
A fun day at Gas Works Park!
These photos were taken at Gas Works Park. This is one of my favorite places in Seattle. Gas Works is an old gas plant that was added to the National Register of Historical Places and is now one of the most popular parks in Seattle.