Tag Archives: fall

365, 7: day 2

Culver City This picture is way more fall than it actually is. Another Monday. Work, gym, cooking, tv, reading bed, repeat forever? Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four Year Five Year Six Advertisements

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365, 6: day 361

Los Angeles Today was really weird, with so much strange stuff from the past coming up. I’m still not totally sold on this new Zumba instructor, but she is really nice and enthusiastic, and this class was a marked improvement … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 348

Culver City I finally got Trader Joe’s apple cider tonight, which I’d been wanting for like a month now. I really didn’t want to actually cook dinner, but I powered through and I’m glad to have leftovers for the rest … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 339

Culver City Today was basically a sleepy daze, even though I slept 9 hours last night! Fall feels so close yet so far away. Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four Year Five

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365, 6: day 332

Los Angeles I’m not ready for Monday. But I am so ready to go to Chicago on Thursday. (Sorry for so much of this scene on repeat. I obviously love it.) Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four Year … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 327

Los Angeles I had to stop at Target for work, which conveniently was perfect for all of the fall dreaming I’ve been doing. I got a pumpkin candle and started dreaming of colder weather. Year One Year Two Year Three … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 34

Culver City We had a work book/movie club meeting at the end of the day, with pizza, wine, a last-minute birthday celebration, and a screening of the movie Hard to be a God (the 1989 version), which was so long … Continue reading

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