Rules of autumn

Posted by Claudia Moser on 4:36 PM in
Mazilique inspired me to make my top 10 rules for this season:

1. Sleep in as long as I can, especially during weekend days
2. Reading good books, with thick socks on, a nice warm blanket and my favorite tea (at the moment green tea with jasmine)
3. Restart knitting, so many gifts to finish till Xmas
4. Making plans for my Scotland trip in October and maybe if I am lucky a Canary Island visit in November
5. Preparing the Xmas shopping list
6. Baking - from apple pie to various trifles
7. Going to the sauna and get warm oil massages
8. Wearing comfy dresses and thick stockings
9. Jeans, boots and leather jacket - perfect autumn combo!
10. Planning my birthday :)

Autumn rules!



I read good books with my thick wool socks on and my green tea jug beside my bed all year around :))

Dear Claudia - it's so good to see you blogging. When I drop by I never really know when you last posted as the date does not show on your posts… :( but since you are on my blog roll I know when you've posted as you go to the top of my list… :)

I hope life is good. Your list is yummy and cozy… I like it very much. I'm into reading good books too.. with fluffy socks. It's starting to get cold over here.

I could see how important Christmas to you♡♡♡ Oh Yes, I wish I could have a decent sleep p-;) I DO hope you are doing fine, Claudia.
Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

I like this post you even mention the C word trying not to think of Christmas yet

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