Highlights

Charlie Brown Christmas Tree ATG FINAL 3{My little ‘Charlie Brown’ Christmas tree courtesy of my boyfriend. It makes me smile.}

Quite honestly, I don’t really have much more to say other than…

HAPPY 1st DAY OF VACATION TO ME!

I’ll leave it at that…and perhaps mention that I think I’ll take myself to a matinee to see Wild today, that it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and here are a few other highlights from the week.

Have a nice weekend! x

Love Actually ATG FINAL 2

{It’s not officially Christmas-feeling until I’ve watched Love Actually. Done!}

Mixtape Stocking Stuffer ATG FINAL

{Putting together a little stocking stuffer for a friend.}

Christmas Cards ATG FINAL

{People don’t get enough handwritten notes in the mail. I decided to send Christmas cards this year.}

Substantial Coffee Quote ATG FINAL

{Stopping in for coffee at Zeli’s in Pasadena. If I ever needed an excuse to keep that coffee addiction alive…}

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5 thoughts on “Highlights

  1. Good Morning Candice! You are right about Christmas cards, we only got a couple this year (Thank you for yours!) I am guilty of this holiday laziness too. I used to send out 20-30 each year but sadly have not sent any in probably 4 or 5 years. Doug & I saw “Wild” last night and really enjoyed it. I thought the story was pieced together pretty well even though there are some holes in the character development. Reese does a good job. Have a great 1st day of vacay…see ya next week!

    • Hi Marilyn! You’re welcome! Christmas cards are indeed a dying trend. I happen to like getting something that isn’t a bill in the mail (ha!) every so often so I totally appreciate handwritten notes on pretty stationery. (I’m such a girl!)

      I’m off to see Wild in just a bit. I’m happy to hear it’s living up to the hype. I read the book, which will hopefully help with some of those holes you mention in character development and not be too distracting (so thanks for the heads up!). I’m always curious to see how a film translates an autobiographical narrative, particularly when the person is still alive and well.

      Have a nice weekend! See you soon 🙂

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