Hello everyone! Happy Sunday in your neck of the woods! And also happy October. It’s my favourite month of the year, and I’m starting it off by kicking back with a maple latte and some autumn crochet projects. This week has felt very anxious, but I can’t figure out what’s triggered it. So I’ve been forcing myself to leave the house even when I don’t want to, and it’s gotten me chatting with some interesting people and discovering the existence of Leicester’s four-day Continental Market. The market is full of luscious food and crafts, and I came away this weekend with a nesting doll for my collection, some nice soaps, and loose tea. From what I’ve read online, the market comes around three to four times a year, so I’m looking forward to whenever it returns.
Here’s the week in photos!
Monday, September 25
Oh Primark, you get me. Pusheen AND Halloween? Yes and yes!
Tuesday, September 26
Grey days and fallen leaves call for nice jackets and coffees to go!
Wednesday, September 27
Thanks for the exposed HTML, Netflix!
Thursday, September 28
Settling down with some coffee and my tablet and drawing for a friend of mine.
Friday, September 29
The lovely soap stall at the Continental Market. I ended up buying a couple the next day!
Saturday, September 30
Waiting to cross the street on the way home from the Continental Market.
Sunday, October 1
This wee pumpkin cosy I made a few days ago needed to go on a hot drink, so it went onto my maple spice latte from my favourite coffee & gelato place, Bru!