This week felt hectic and slow all at once. I rushed around in the evenings in order to get to bed by 11 (my ambitious new goal) and made it there by midnight on Tuesday and 11:30 on Wednesday. Once in bed, however, drifting off to sleep became a challenge. Instead, I would lay awake thinking about the inconsequential moments of the week. Like the way the rain seemed to pause as Nathalie and I drove under overpasses on our way home from the surprisingly calm and empty outlets. I thought about the future and all that I'm grateful for. Even though I know Thanksgiving is usually the time when people give thanks, I feel most thankful around this time, when we are in the middle of such an amazing season and when we begin anticipating the bright and shiny promise of a new year.
I am thankful for everyone who visits this space, I am thankful for Nathalie for taking pictures of me when I am usually can be super awkward in front of the camera, and I am thankful for being continuously inspired by bloggers and friends alike. And also, this week, I am thankful for the awesome finds I scored at the Renegade Craft Fair, like this Noble Town Vintage necklace and Seablanket top.