Just A Little Chat

I wanted to use today to share some photos I've taken recently that haven't really served a purpose. I thought I could talk about my weekend as well, and have a little chat. 

On Saturday, I slept in comfortably (for once), and I learned how to make a grilled cheese the way my mom always did when I was a kid. Coincidentally, I made them for my mom and I for lunch. It was cool and Autumnal, and the dogs had plenty of sass. We cooked a serious comfort food meal, and I ate way too much. I spent the rest of the evening in a food coma.

Sunday was equally as easy going during the day. The weather was Autumnal, and I spray painted something for my Christmas decorations. The evening was spent making stew, another comfort dinner, and doing work to prepare for Monday. It was nice though. It was a nice weekend all in all, and I'm glad I was able to appreciate it.

This week will busy and full of early voting, a doctor's appointment, photo taking, cookie baking, and preparing to go spend the first couple of weeks in November at my grandparents' house while my grandfather recuperates from a surgery. When you work from home, you're automatically the family member to step in. Luckily, I don't mind too much in this case. I want to keep this week fun though, so that's just what I'll do. I'll try to keep my Instagram story a bit more updated this week. I also need some last minute DIY Halloween costume ideas ASAP.


  1. Sounds like you need a comfy weekend to prepare for a crazy week! I had way to much chocolate and snacks this weekend, so I definitely hear you on comfort food/food coma! Also on working from home, haha I know that feeling of "you're home so you can do it". Even though caring for your grandfather is so kind of you! Xx


    1. Oh yeah, it was definitely needed! This comment is lovely, and I'm glad you can relate!

  2. Spray painting something Christmas-related? Oh Amber, you know JUST what to say ;) haha. Hope your grandad recovers well from his surgery, by the way!


    1. Ha! I just can't resist the Christmas decor anymore. Thank you Gabrielle!


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