I'm confusing myself.
Here's my "Fall" aka mid-September through Early December in Instagram...
We started off with a bang. Our anniversary wasn't even over when sickness crept into our house.
I made caramel mocha brownies to make myself feel better. It was mostly spiritual. ;)
My mom trained me to takeover as designated maker of fig pinwheel cookies.
I still haven't made them by myself. I'm not ready yet.
We did sunset yoga until the sun was setting too early. I love love loved it.
Isabelle wanted lots of colors on her birthday cake. Rainbow cake. Duh.
Fall is time for football - Alabama football if you want to be specific.
I crave strawberry shortcake more than any other dessert ever.
Yoga teacher training started. It's amazing. I feel enlightened every day. Seriously.
I cleaned out my car!
Tree trimmers broke our skylight. Epic fail. We patched it up with this perfectly sized Amazon box.
The power went out, so I spent a while in the afternoon practicing my inversions.
I took a solo trip to Florida for an old friend's wedding.
I got super carsick on the way to the airport. Had to have froyo for breakfast. Everything was better.
The hotel had free drink service in the morning. I added a bagel to help me deal with my jet lag.
These most amazing beautiful people got married. Love. I wish they lived in California, so we could have more of them in our lives.
I started drinking peppermint iced lattes in my honorary bridesmaid cup almost every morning.
Butternut squash soup.
I had a moment of enlightenment. I've also been getting better at keeping things simple, not overreacting, stating how I feel, why I feel that way, and then letting go. It's pretty cool.
This has a lot to do with what we're learning in yoga, which is a big part of why I love it so much.
I worked from 9 to 9 on tax day. I was so tired, ate pizza at my desk. It was a rough day.
Pecan apple spice bread. I made it until we had no more apples.
I kind of want some right now.
Mocha cake with espresso buttercream for my bro-in-law's birthday.
Bear snuggles. Look at that faaaaaace!!!
I started having breakfast at the kitchen table instead of on the road. I'm convinced it's one of the secrets of happiness.
It took them a month, but the skylight was finally replaced!
We don't even know for sure who broke it, and don't really care. I just called the HOA a billion times until someone fixed it.
Alabama football has been a bit of an emotional roller coaster this season.
Another wonderful, amazing and beautiful friend of mine got married. I need to stop raving about how much I love my friends. It's probably annoying.
I don't care. Friend, if you're reading this, I love you. I'm so glad I finally got to meet your husband. :P
We voted. It was Tim's first time at a polling place. He was disappointed. I don't know how you can ever be disappointed with friendly elderly folk.
And the sky was beautiful, and it rained some more.
Teacher training. Note taking. Savasana.
Needed a mala. Made one. Hubs calls it my blasphemous Rosary.
Thanksgiving happened. There were two of them.
Also, 10 year high school reunion. So strange, but awesome. I'm cheap, so I didn't want to cough up the cash for the real reunion, so a bunch of us met up for drinks prior to the reunion so we could still see people. I kind of loved it.
I did a juice cleanse.
My mom and I hosted a holiday boutique for her ceramics and mark.
Christmas decorations went up and gifts went under the tree.
I guess that makes it winter now, right? I'm all ready for Christmas. It's been raining quite a lot around these parts. That's the same as snowing in parts of the world where real weather happens. ;)
Was your Fall as jam packed as mine was? Winter is quickly becoming my favorite season. I spoke to a client a few days ago in Switzerland. I can only imagine how beautiful the snow there must be. Pretty jelly.