October 03, 2016
Happy October! I can’t thank you all enough for such an awesome response to my #100 Day Project Exhibit! The online connections and heartfelt emails this week have really meant the world to me! I hope my daily posts weren’t too much :)…but truly provided a little glimpse into the making of my #100 pieces and just how fun and intense those days were!
I don’t know about your neck of the woods, but the days here have definitely gotten a little shorter and a little cooler and the leaves are starting to change colors and sprinkle themselves like confetti along the sidewalks.
Between a busy summer and a hectic September, I am looking forward to a quieter October. My to do list is pretty simple, I’m looking forward reflecting on the past few months and tallying up my blessings—because I know the list is long! I’m definitely looking forward to more walks with my hubby so that we can drink in the crisp fall air (now that the summer time, “melt you in less than 5 minutes” humidity is over here in Northern Virginia). And more than anything, I’m looking forward to enjoying my daily happy hour (my meditation & yoga practice) with a little less rush hour traffic going on in my mind :).
And, oh I can’t forget to add, one of these weekends, I’m looking forward to a cool rainy day, where I can linger a little longer in bed, snuggled under the covers.
I’d love to hear what your favorite part of fall is, what you’re looking forward to and why, so leave a comment below!
And last, but not least, thank you to all of you that entered to win the grand prize raffle for the week, the original to Buddha Peace! Now, without further ado…..(drum roll, please)….
Congratulations, Jenna, please send an email to email@example.com with your mailing address so I can get this piece headed your way! And for those of that also entered, THANK YOU and stay tuned, more giveaways to come this holiday season :)!
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