After all the birthday wishes and questions as to what I did that day, I figured the best thing to do is a little show and tell. Since Sky worked that day, most of it was spent with just Millie, but we had a grand time, even if it was quiet.
I wore a sweater for the first time this season, and loved it. Almost everything thrifted, of course- $2.50 for the Ann Taylor rabbit hair cardigan, $2.50 for the Express thick tee underneath, and Charlotte Russe jeans (I think?).
The only style I've wanted to do lately is a high bun. Not too high...so this is my compromise.
We were ready to set out on an adventure.
The day was absolutely beautiful.
It's soothing driving near golden fields like this.
First stop of the day: my favorite store in town!
A quick lunch on the way home. Beef and cheddar, baby.
Then Millie and I decided it was a good day for making snickerdoodle bread. So we did.
My favorite part might be the cinnamon smell permeating our house as it bakes.
We waited outside for Daddy to come home.
And went to Atlanta Bread Co. for one of my favorites- broccoli cheese soup in a sourdough bread bowl.
And that, my dears, was my birthday.