Sunday’s Six

Every Sunday

Every Sunday

FirstSo I have been crazy in love with a newly discovered Thai noodle dish from my local takeout Thai restaurant. I am a huge fan of yellow curry and it’s usually my go to when it comes to Thai, but I decided to branch out, and boy was I happy I did. It’s called Pad Woon Sen. It’s a noodle dish made with glass noodles which are very thin and light. It has a savory, sweet, spicy flavor to it which is sublime. You can get it made with meat and vegetables, and of course I get just vegetables (being vegetarian and all). It is truly worth the try!

SecondI recently watched the movie “Safety Not Guaranteed”.  At first I wasn’t sure how the movie was going to play out, but I was pleasantly surprised. It makes the audience start out thinking that it’s just another off-beat comedy, with it’s clever lines here and there, but it steals your heart away. It turns out to be a very touching, thought provoking movie about acceptance, compassion, support, trial/error, and connection.

Third: I am in love with the thin layering tee. They are super cozy and come in a range of colors, patterns, and fabrics. They are super easy to wear casually with boot cut jeans, and some fun sneakers, or they can easily be dressed up with skinny jeans, a long necklace, heeled boots and a blazer. Definitely a fall essential in my closet.

Forth:  I just recently stumbled upon Moby again. I forgot how much I loved his music. He creates such unique sounds and beats. He is a incredibly talented artist, you should take a listen.

Fifth: Herbal tea. All kinds of herbal tea. I just can’t seem to get enough of it. I’ve been drinking it morning, noon, night. I’m a lover of coffee too, but the different flavors of tea have just been perfect for the chilly days. I love everything from earl gray, to green tea, to berries. It’s such a delicious and healthy treat.

Sixth: I really want to try and find an art class to take, just for fun. I’ve always taken an art class in college and I truly miss the undivided time to just focus on a piece of art work, and learn new techniques. I sadly haven’t found one in my area yet, but I’m still on the hunt for one.


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