It’s a slow day today – I’m snuggled in bed on this grey, cold first-rain-of-the-season day. I made myself tea and I’m watching Sleepy Hallow for the first time ever. It’s a pretty perfect fall day, if you ask me. This weather has me inspired, so I found myself deep in the cyber webs of Pinterest this morning searching fall crafts, and I found some creative travel inspired fall crafts:
It’s been a while since I have written a throwback post on a vacation that occurred in the P.B. era (pre-blog). The last one was in February, when I wrote about Christmas in Dubai back in 2009 (That post is here if you’re interested!) It’s now October and it felt like time…so today, we’re revisiting 2013 P.B. That winter, I found myself in “Icetown” Harbin, China.
If you’re an avid reader of this blog (yes, avid readers of this blog exist. It shocks me, too. Anyways…), you know that I had the pinch-me-I’m-dreaming opportunity to snorkel through the Great Barrier Reef. If you also have a Twitter (<—- follow yo girl), you know that this article stating the Great Barrier Reef died went viral this week. There’s a lot of controversy to this story, though, so I put my Kim K level detective skills to work below: