Woo hoo… so I made it to the end of the week. Documenting my daily life in pictures sure is harder than I thought it would be. I guess most of the time, it’s a conscious effort to remind myself that I should whip up my camera to capture these interesting shots.
Anyway, nothing overly too exciting about this Sunday. We decided to take a chill pill and just laze the day away. Check it out:
- We had plans to go to Martigny to check out the Musee Saint Bernard. But after an exhausting week at work, the Man decided to sleep in and ‘play by ear’ when we got up. When we woke up, it was cold and gloomy. Decided to postpone the trip till we get better weather then.
- Had a simple breakfast: coffee with leftover Pandan Chiffon Cake for the Man and I had an apple to munch on.
- Met up with friends and headed to a small Swiss restaurant for some lunch. Shared a fondue with the little Style Princess. I’m beginning to develop a liking for fondue and raclette. If only the offerings for sides can be as good as the ones we got in Japan.
- The weather started to look up.. clear blue skies which made us regret not going on our road trip. But we relaxed at home basically the Man was doing his work and I ended drafting a couple of blog-posts for the week.
- The Man made dinner – Mee Hoon Kway – for 6. Guess we were too hungry that we ate all of it before I could even grab a shot.
- Dessert was a selection of Chocolates and Pink Macarons which I made.
Combining this post with a peek in my Wardrobe for Fall. Since it was pretty cool and a little gloomy when we left the house, I decide to throw on this snuggly and furry coat of mine which I purchased from G2000 in Singapore during the End Season Sales. Looks like it came in handy to jazz up my casual outfit. And Fall is really here. For the first time, I’m witnessing the burst of colours in the changing leaves and it’s beautiful.
“Autumn begins with a subtle change in the light, with skies a deeper blue, and nights that become suddenly clear and chilled. The season comes full with the first frost, the disappearance of migrant birds, and the harvesting of the season’s last crops.”
Glenn Wolff and Jerry Dennis