His and hers coffee beverages.
His: Iced double vanilla latte | Hers: Double cappuccino
We went to Influx after church this weekend for brunch. I LOVE going out for brunch and we don't do it very often, so I was pretty excited about it :)
Today, Jake and I are performing at the PB Farmer's Market. I'm excited and really nervous. We're going to be there for 4 hours! The longest set we've ever played has probably only been a little over an hour, so today will be a little challenging for me. I worry about things like: what if I get hungry? (This is usually the first thing that I worry about when I know I'll be in one place for a long time) What if I have to go to the bathroom? What if my legs get tired from standing in one place for so long? What if I forget the words? There are a million other things that I worry about, but I won't bore you with all of them. I know it will be fun overall, so I t'm trying not to think about my silly fears.
I'm really enjoying the little bit of rain that we're having. Do you like the rain? Yesterday, Philip and I were both talking about fall, blankets, pumpkin flavored things, warm drinks, and christmas music. I love how cozy cold weather is. It's almost a shame that we're way to busy to lay around and enjoy it. Soon we shall catch up :) Speaking of catching up, I am no where close to being as busy as these guys:
Beca, Doug, and their friend Shawn are opening up a shop here in SD! It's in a perfect spot on Adam's Avenue in Normal Heights. I am SO excited for them! I have never known anyone to work as hard as they do. They seem to be working round the clock on making sure that orders go out, getting ready to open the shop (this includes renovating!), blogging, and taking care of their 3 adorable pups. (I seriously don't know how Beca finds time to blog.) Their shop is going to be vintage and handmade goods. I was so honored when Beca asked me if I wanted to sell my stuff in their new store. (Heck yes I do!) You should come to their opening party this Saturday! (all the cool kids will be there).