We drove back to Portland on Friday night under starry skies and cooler temps, met by our adorable cat at the front door when we arrived home.
Saturday, we took an amazing early morning walk down to Lincoln Park. Temps were barely above freezing and the sun glistened off the Olympic mountains freshly glazed in new snow.
We swung by my Mom's church to take a peak at their holiday bazaar. They had lots of holiday treasures, books and homemade goods. We bought $5 worth of goodies (to go along with our presents from True Value's annual open house)!
It was a bittersweet departure to Portland on Sunday fueled by an amazing breakfast (potato works) at Circa in West Seattle. I will not be back to Seattle until the first weekend in December. I did manage to plant my spring bulbs as our temps will continue to be cool to freezing this week. In 12 weeks I hope to see three rows of daffodils and tulips!
This week is Thanksgiving mode. Grocery shopping, prep cooking and preparing for the big day! Brian arrives back in Portland on Wednesday.
How did you spend your weekend? Did you travel or stay at home? Leave me a comment.