Wool Coat (thrifted)
Old Navy Shirt
American Eagle Outfitters High Rise Jeans
Spell Designs Dreamweaver Bag (ebay)
Rag & Bone Harrow Boots
Not much going on right now, it's ben pretty cold so everyone's just hibernating right now. We did get out the other night, the local library does a pj story time about once a month and it's always something that's a lot of fun for the kids. They get to dress up in pjs and slippers and snuggle with stuffed animals while listening to stories and it's a nice way to get out of the house during a cold and dark winter. The library is town really has some great programs and activities for kid, there's usually a few movie days each month and all sorts o different events. Last month they did a "Ball" themed party - I think the only other time I've seen so many Elsa's was t Halloween! They have another "Frozen" themed day coming up with all of the Frozen characters there - Izzy's really excited about it!
I'm trying to take advantage of the down time and actually read some books, the summer was so busy that when I'd try to read at night, I'd only get through a page before falling asleep. That makes for some slow going. Right now I'm trying to finish up The Chrysanthemum and The Sword, so far it's been a really interesting look into Japanese culture and mentality. It was written 1946 during the war so I'm not entirely sure how politically accurate it is but I did enjoy that it goes into so much description of the culture. It is a little dry and repeats itself constantly so I feel like I've reread the same paragraph over and over but the subject matter is really fascinating, I think I'll have to look up a little more about the context of the book before I take it as a accurate portrayal though - parts of it felt more like sensationalization rather than a true anthropology.