Being the planner that I am I had checked the weather previously and was so excited to break out a sweater and even a scarf. Once the sun started to go down the scarf was necessary. Have you ever noticed how expensive sweaters are? I recently cleaned out my closet of all these sweaters that I hold on to but really never wear. Now I’ve been hunting some down to replace them and it’s so hard. Either sweaters are too baggy or itchy or not warm at all. I hit up Loft last week and they had some really good ones. That’s where this sweater is from and it’s super comfy! I also brought my nano puff up the mountain with me which may have seemed a little premature since it looks like a puffer but it was honestly perfect. The nano puff is lightweight but super warm. I wore it most of the day and was very comfortable.
Back to where I grew up now. I still live in my hometown just about a few blocks from the house that I grew up in. I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to travel many different places and I love to explore. California is great, but I’m still not sure if it’s where the Lord is going to have me live the rest of my life. Don’t get my wrong I like it here and wouldn’t be upset if this was it for me, but it just doesn’t feel like it. It’s funny though I look at my friends who also have mostly lived in California their whole lives and I think we can get bored with it. Don’t anyone else talk bad about it because that’s our home, but we’ll think its lame. Growing up and staying in the same place I think can cause us to take for granted the place we live. Taking a step back and realizing how many cool things there is to do around your town or city can make you appreciate it a little bit more.