Last week, I shared that James and I aren’t really big on Valentine’s Day dates — or at least of the traditional variety. We avoid actually going out on February 14, mainly because I’m not a big fan of crowded restaurants and pricey pre-fixe menus. So we decided to celebrate a little early over the weekend … with a day trip to Charleston, South Carolina.
It’s so funny how long I dreaded the end of summer, but easily celebrated the arrival of fall once temperatures finally started to drop. I’m mostly excited that I finally get to wear all of the jackets that I bought during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale back in July. This faux leather jacket and this suede moto have been patiently waiting for 3+ months to make their debuts. Can I get a heck yes?!
As basic as this may sound, I’ve always wanted to go apple picking. Not because I have some grand plans to bake an apple pie or anything, but because it just seems so quintessentially fall (right up there with visiting the pumpkin patch and really, pumpkin spiced everything). So when my friends at Koolaburra invited me on an adventure over the weekend, you know I said yes!