The weather has changed here, you guys, and it's definitely fall. As much as I love warm weather, I'm excited about the cooler season which was made for homebodies like me who are happy to snuggle up on the couch with a duvet, a candle burning, and maybe a little/lot of mulled wine.
Today's Sunday Objects may not look particularly fall-y, but read on to find out why these everyday objects sitting around my second floor flat caught my eye this week:
- wooden rabbit: This rabbit has (literally) traveled the globe with me. I spotted him at a beach art shop when I was little, couldn't live without him, so as the story goes we went back and got him. He moved with me to my first apartment in midtown Atlanta, then to New York, and now to London. And you better believe he'll be coming with us when we make our way to Durham, North Carolina in a few months.
- super sad true love story: This book was given to D by my dear pal Isabelle and I have since stolen it to read. A fascinating, scarily-true look at our future might resemble. Would love to hear your thoughts if you've read this!
- thrifted scarf: Got this scarf from a charity shop in East London a few years ago, and despite the bright colors, it's proved to be the perfect weight for this sometimes chilly, sometimes warm days.
- beaded necklace: There's not much of a story behind this beaded necklace other than the fact that I bought it with a few others at a charity shop in Brooklyn for next to nothing, and I absolutely love them.
- tiny enamel mug: My obsession with enamel mugs continues. D got this tiny one for me a few years ago, and it's the perfect sized for a single, simple flower.
- little wooden salt spoon: Recently bought my first jar of pink Himalayan salt and I'm totally obsessed. I add it to my morning smoothies and now use it instead of regular table salt. It's amazing.
Have a wonderful, relaxing Sunday!