Random Acts of the Month: September

Oh me, oh my, I almost forgot to do my Random Acts of September. I remembered last night in the shower. Does that happen to you? Remembering things at the worst times like in the shower or right before you fall asleep. I usually end up repeating the thing I want to remember in my head over and over in hopes the next day it will re-surface from the depths of my mind. 

Anyhhooo, back to September. I can't believe how fast it went. I love the fall and I hate when my favorite months go by so fast. Fall is just too great - the best flavors (uh, hello pumpkin), awesome smells (fireplaces, cool air, pumpkin), and beautiful colors (leaves). Love it. 

At the beginning of the month, Josh and I visited my parents. {post}

While visiting my parents, we made a stop in La Jolla. It was just a beautiful day.

And I enjoyed the sunshine, which according to a stranger in Seattle stopped to tell me I needed to get more of (oh yes, that happened). 

My mom, sister, and I discovered a dog park near my parents new home.

Of course we stopped in downtown Encinitas (to get some breakfast at Honeys). FYI -This was a photo I took and then used the Waterlouge app to make it a water color.

Oh darn, another beautiful Seattle sunset. It was fun watching the sea planes take off into the sunset. 

My in-laws came to visit - yay! We ate lunch at Luna Park in West Seattle and enjoyed some delicious shakes.

My coworker got married and Josh and I got to join in on the special day. It was very pretty along a lake and in a barn (well, sorta a barn...very hard to describe actually. Trust me, it was nice).

My friend Sweta and I took a Macaron Macaroon class together. Yup, I've taken a class before but that was like 2 years ago. And this was with a new gal. I learned some new skillz. 

Hard to believe, but Josh and I have been married now for 3 years. Josh sent me these very beautiful flowers for our anniversary. Awww. {post}

We exchanged love notes for our anniversary, too. 

And little did the barista know it was our anniversary weekend, but he gave us his and her coffee (clever guy since he didn't know our names). 

And September welcomes the beginning of PUMPKIN season. We all rejoice! 

And there you have it. That was September. The end.