When I was a child Sunday was the day that was spent doing absolutely nothing and it was exactly the way I liked it. Years ago stores were actually closed in Nova Scotia on Sundays which meant spending time with my family was a given. My sisters and I would opt to spend time together over at our grandparents house eating all of the junk food we could get our hands on. But there were also those Sundays where helping my mom with the dreaded chores won over a day of freedom at the ole’ grandparents…I always used to do the dusting in case you were wondering. Either way our Sundays seemed to go it was nice to know that my family was never too far away. Yesterday sort of reminded me of those slow-paced Sundays when I was a child. Jamie and I took the day really slowly, leaving the house only to grab coffee around the corner at Boxcar Social and to pick up a few items at a local market for dinner. The rest of the day was spent relaxing at home, exactly the way that a Sunday should be.
What I’m Wearing: Knit Cardigan;(similar) // Denim Jacket; Gap (similar) // Top; Old Navy (here) // Jeans; Mother (here) // Oxfords; Johnstone & Murphy (similar) // Bag; Mackage via Blossom Lounge (here) // Necklace; c/o Jenny Bird (here)