I started listening to Glen Hansard‘s Didn’t He Ramble last October, shortly after the album was released. And I haven’t been able to stop.
I must admit, for the most part, I’m a much bigger fan of summer fruits than winter fruits. However, I always get excited for blood orange season.
Today started off on the wrong foot, in so many ways. I woke up late (like, the time at which I am normally walking out the door late.) In my flustered state, I dropped or spilled or totally forgot to apply just about every single item I routinely use to get ready in the mornings.
We’re finally back into the swing of things this week after a whirlwind experience in Chicago – and a rare Monday off! While we had what may have been one of our favorite trips together to-date, the quick turnaround (we were there just over 24 hours) left us wishing we’d extended our trip by a few more days.
All the more reason to go back, right?
Last year, Jeremy and I tried to start one of our very first traditions together – a rather simple one: enjoying brunch together every Sunday. It’s the only day of the week that we both typically have off of work and get to see each other for more than an hour or two at a time, and we always do our best to get the most out of those kinds of days!
Today, Aly and I are headed to Chicago to see Julien Baker perform at Lincoln Hall. In preparation and possibly against my better judgment given the multitude of celebrity deaths this week, I revisited my top choice for the best album of 2015, Sprained Ankle, and couldn’t be any more excited to see this young, burgeoning artist tomorrow in a city that I love.