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Weekly Recap









This week has been pretty calm. The fall open house for our boutique went well last week. I think I'm overly exhausted from it, so I've been taking it easy. I am waiting on some job news so if you could send up a prayer or good vibes for me that would be appreciated! 

The hubs and I took a trip to the next town over on Friday, and went to this cute indie coffee shop. It was so refreshing, and makes me wonder why I ever go to Starbucks.  Well it's mostly because we have zero indie coffee shops in our town, and someone needs to fix that! 

While in the big city the hubs took me to the bookstore!
I cannot tell you guys the last time we went together, and I cherish when we get the time to do so. I didn't find the books I was looking of, but it was just nice to stroll and look.

I've been working on redoing my office. I really want it to be a space for writing, and not just working and storing items for the boutique. I just need a change of pace in that room. It is starting to feel like a place I get trapped in, and we all know that is not good for creativity. 





I am starting something new on the blog MONDAY, and I am super excited about it. I am curious to see what kind of response it gets. It's always excited to start something new. 

Tell me how your week went in the comments below. If you do a weekly recap post, please leave a link in the comments. I would love to read your post! 

I hope you guys have a lovely Sunday.







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