This past weekend was not incredibly eventful, which was good. Henrik has a new job for a plant nursery, so I found myself on my own Saturday and Sunday until the evening! On Saturday, I attended an all-day class about autism. It was interesting for two reasons; professionally because I teach special education, and personally because I have a number of family members on the autism spectrum. While I'm not a fan of all-day classes on Saturdays, the subject matter made me less cranky. I did spend a fair deal of it sitting awkwardly by myself in the back because I tend to be anti-social around TFA folks. Go figure.
I dressed a little school-girl-esque because I was going to be in class all day in the opposite role than normally, and also because who doesn't love tie up blouses and skirts? Walking home, I was offered a ride from a couple gentlemen, whom I turned down. One said he'd give me a ride home⎯on his bike. Woman walking home = always an adventure.
blouse: thrifted ~ skirt: Forever 21 ~ belt: thrifted ~ shoes: Forever 21 ~ socks: Forever 21
Sunday, after Henrik got back from work, we went to look at shops and then got some dinner (which I'll likely post about later!). I love just hanging out and having lazy Sundays with him. My outfit was a merging of my lazy-Sunday-feeling and the eagerness I have for spring. Comfortable.... with floral print!
dress: thrifted ~ boots: thrifted ~ socks: Forever 21 ~ purse: H&M
So get this⎯everything in this post except for my socks was purchased second-hand! Aww yeah. :) The green blouse? $1.50. The dress? $4.00. #thriftforever
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