I have (finally) been able to get out all of the tea and goodies I promised from this post. I apologise immensely for being so late with everything, it quite seems to be my life's story. I hope these autumn walk photos make you feel warm inside, like my favourite hat did in this last one. Have a lovely weekend.
I have much to tell about Seattle, so much where I am not sure where to start. I think I will start with Delancey. Wow. This is all the expression I have for such a restaurant. Before I can tell about the actual experience I had there, I do have to tell about getting to Delancey. We had left Bellevue at around seven thirty in the evening and did not arrive there until about eight thirty. A long story short, we had been looking the whole time at the directions to this place instead. A bit frustrating. Once we finally got to Delancey, (And believe me, we never thought we would make it.) it was not a short wait to sit down. However, it was well worth it. The food was incredible and I am dying to go back soon. The service was so good, the atmosphere was fantastic, I could not say nicer things about the restaurant! If you are ever in the Seattle area, I really recommend it.
There is a small picture here because at the moment, it is not about the pictures. (I know what everyone is thinking, "What? How are we here on Jenna's blog and she tells us that it is not about the pictures?") But stay with me. I said a few weeks back (here if you are interested.) we could potentially be going to Seattle. While that unfortunately did not work out, going to Seattle this coming Thursday will and is exactly what will happen.
The thing is this, there is so much to do and so little time! I only have three things which I absolutely have to do, like this store, this store, and this restaurant. (Okay, they are not musts, but I like to think they are.) However, there are so many other good things to see too! This guide from Design*Sponge tempts me. And I forgot to say, the picture is from the Alvar Aalto Museum in Jyväskylä, where Inna and I went once.
I would go back two months ago just to bathe in this light. However, I am very happy about autumn coming. For many reasons, it is surely my favourite season. Top five reasons I love autumn:
1. It is birthday season. A large portion of my friends and family have autumn birthdays.
2. It means crunchy leaves. Yes, you can step on them and I do this frequently.
3. It means school. Call me a nerd, but I love it.
4. It means my mum's delicious pumpkin bread and pumpkin muffins.
5. It means it is time for scarves.
I really like this table, via Hujour.
New layout, new photo size! I think I like this much better, but now in the moment I am still playing around with ideas and looks. The top photo is my bed. I have been spending a large amount of time there this weekend because I am sick. I hope to be better by Monday.