I'm off to Europe! I'll be posting periodically!
Knitting is dear to my heart. I love it. Many of my winter nights watching Christmas movies have also been spent knitting away. But I got to a point where I knitted so many scarves that I wasn't wearing any of them. That's when I started Windsong Knits. It's my little lovechild of an etsy shop. All these scarves are knitted by me with my own patterns that I've painstakingly figured out. Below are some of the newest scarfs added to my shop. I love of all the scarves, and naturally, only knit scarves I'd love to wear myself. Check out my shop if you're in the market for a Christmas present or a little bit of an shopping indulgence!
This little getaway was so perfect for me. I admit I was stressed with work leading up to this trip. (I even forgot we had planned this trip. When at the last minute I realized the girls trip was that weekend!) So this trip was the perfect break for me. Looking at our little cabin you can imagine just how relaxed I was. The cabin was so cozy. I loved it. We spent so much time just talking about life and photography and getting to know each other. That's probably what rejuvenated me most... all the sharing and caring and helping. :) Sharing is caring, of course.
The more I travel the less I plan. I love to just explore the area I'm visiting. And going with the flow. The trip was just like that. We just took our time and did whatever we felt like. The Arena Cove was about a mile away from our little cabin. It was here we saw our townies. The town felt like a ghost town the days before. We saw hardly any people. This day the town was hoppin. It was kind of weird. There were a lot of locals and surfers at Arena Cove and the smell of weed filled the parking lot. haha.
I loved the scenery. Yay.