Well hello! Long time no see, and unfortunately in the same way as always, if you already know
me my blogging habits well enough. But I'm not going to look for a sad pitiful excuse like a "dramatic" motivational crisis nor play the classical "I'm so busy!" card. I'm just saying my days are way too short for all the things I have to do and want to do. Or I'm simply a lousy planner. Or perhaps I sometimes procrastinate way too much. Go figure.
But all my Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays vigorously* tick away at work and after that I'm generally as exhausted as a marathon runner, a mental marathon runner of course. Okay, some of those workday evenings also include a nice little workout to properly seal "the marathon runner deal", the physical part of it. *I'm currently working on the development plan regarding the public water supply and sewerage system of my hometown.
And then there are those always ephemeral weekends, my temporary rescuers. I have no idea where those disappear. But most likely somewhere between managing a capacious household and a garden, occasionally taking some nice little road trips, trying to actually put my feet up (and epicly failing in it), you know, just doing this and that. By the way, I'm curious if I'm alone in this great mystery of life or is there someone else with me? How do you guys cope with it?
Moving on, today I'm sharing two sets of autumn photographs with you. Because better late than never, right? The first one presents a very simple three-layered outfit I wore ages ago - on October 4. In fact it's an entirely thrifted ensemble (with the exception of my tights and such, obviously). Once again it's rather blackish but my faithful colour bomb from Kenzo tones it down just enough and I'm more than happy with the outcome. What do you guys think?
Haga Eyewear sunnies from cococherry | thrifted Zara TRF faux leather jacket | thrifted Kenzo kimono/cardigan | thrifted Bik Bok dress | thrifted H&M booties.
Now, the second batch of photos is even more ancient than the first one and derives from remote September 25. We had our last official vacation week of 2014 back then and besides relaxing at Saka spa we visited E's grandparents in Kõmmaste village, an "easy" 200 km from our own place. It's always like an endless drive but their warm idyllic household in the middle of all the beautiful grand firs and pines totally makes amends. Their two
four-legged sausages dachshunds, devious kitty, bossy rooster and constantly clucking chickens are all such cool individuals and I just love observing them. And yes, the chickens too, I even fed them and I love farm animals and agriculture overall.
So, I hope you enjoyed my today's thoughts and photos and I really appreciate you who find time to leave me your notes and flashes of wit despite the fact I'm pretty much as rare as the lunar eclipse here in my blog. I do have big piles of stuff to share and I think next time I will show you a mostly home related haul mixed with a few sweaters and sweatshirts for the chilly season. Which, by the way, started off with the first snow, glazed frost and more than 120 traffic accidents here in Estonia last Friday. But I'm going to show you some snow already in my next post so see you then!