|jacket & jeans: Gap Outlet // tank: PacSun (old) // sandals: American Eagle // bag: Forever 21 // earrings: gifted|
This was one of those weekends that had all the best parts of a weekend. I slept in both days and had brunch both days. There was TV binging, Chinese take-out, and thrifting. I wore comfy outfits that screamed “wear me to a coffee shop!” and took a sensational nap. As weekends go, this one was the tops.
Our cable went out on Thursday and no one from TWC can come out til later this week, so Dago and I caught up on some Netflix. Season 3 of Louie just started streaming, so we settled in for a good laugh. Little did we know we were about to watch some of the greatest television ever made. Louis CK may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but if you like to think a little, laugh a little, and feel a lot of weird, mixed emotions, I can’t recommend this show enough. Every single episode, standing alone, was intense, hilarious, and emotional. I want to watch it all, but I’m trying to take it slow because I want to milk every episode.
On Saturday I went to brunch with a coworker-turned-dear-friend at Austin Java. She’s been thinking about starting a blog of her own, and I’m so stinkin’ excited because she’s got some awesome ideas. I’ll be sure to share it with y’all when she’s got it up and running. I love having more people to talk about blogging with and not have to feel guilty or self-centered!
In the evening, Dago and I headed over to celebrate his best friend’s birthday with him and his fabulous wife. They’re some of my only friends who are married and I just think it’s really cool. We had take-out and cupcakes, and watched that new show Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which was pretty funny. Think The Office set in a police station. We headed home early like a couple of old fogies and crawled into bed with Contessa.
On Sunday, a bunch of the girls from my work got together for a potluck brunch. My coworkers are seriously talented in the kitchen. There were vegan pumpkin cinnamon rolls, savory creeps, hash brown casserole, and lots of mimosa fixin’s. I brought champagne, orange juice, basil, and raspberries–such a pretty and yummy twist on the brunch classic.
For the rest of the weekend, we just sat around and made plans for something I’m really excited to announce later in the week. It’s gonna be huge and hopefully really awesome! I’m going to have such a hard time keeping this to myself. Eeee!
How was your weekend? Eat anything delicious? Anything exciting in your universe?
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