Friday, October 28, 2011

perfect day.

this
(reading John Keats under an oak tree on a perfect fall day-- 
"Thou wast not born for death, immortal Bird! 
  No hungry generations tread thee down..." from Ode to a Nightingale


plus this

(Joshua playing Debussy <3)


and this
(whole grain waffles with nutella, strawberries, and bananas plus an unseen cup of chai tea) 

make my day just perfect.
anyone else enjoying the fall as much as I am? 
I'd love to hear your ideas of ways to spend these beautiful fall days. :] 

8 comments:

  1. Hi! Nice to see you again! I think all those things sound lovely! To me, fall is sitting at my desk, with some lovely relaxing music, bundles of layers, and a stack of letters to write. When it's nice outside, I like to go for a short walk.

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  2. Laura! :D
    It's been so long!
    I love the idea of reading books under trees. So artsy and such. But I find it's not very comfortable :(

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  3. How to spend a perfect Fall day? Take a long, meditative hike alone.

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  4. hike to some larches
    wear a grey sweater
    make caramel apples
    rake leaves
    jump in said leaves
    carve pumpkins
    roast pumpkin seeds
    make a care package for your friend in Sweden
    put together a autumn crossword with bananagrams
    drink apple cider
    wear thick, fuzzy socks
    watch a black and white movie
    ...that's how I celebrate fall day (:

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  5. reading Fitzgerald, writing long letters about things that matter, drinking cappuccinos and basking in the crisp, orangey sunlight so characteristic and appropriate of cool october days

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  6. nice to see you back! Please keep posting! You've inspired me for a perfect day post :)

    http://howficklemyheart.wordpress.com

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  7. you make me smile!

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