October 20, 2011

Flickering Season

Fall seems to come and go here in Phoenix. For the last week they have been promising us temperatures in the 80's, but every time I see the forecast it changes, making the cooler days further away. However, I'm pretty sure some of the trees have caught on to the weather trend and just decided to stick with the cooler weather, making them go the prettiest colors I've ever seen. If only they would turn red though, that is my dream to see a beautiful red tree! One day!




This week has gone by just so fast. Last night I had my weekly class and even though it went a little over the regular class time (5-8 p.m.), I still enjoyed it. As the weeks go along I am finding my new topic of study easier to relate to, and are finding more ways to relate it to journalism (which makes me happy). I'm feeling really great right now about my course of study (Communication Studies), and only hope it continues to get better from here on out.






After my class Scott and I stopped by The Duce in Phoenix to meet-up with some friends and local bloggers. It was our first time visiting The Duce, and we were more than impressed with it. The space is huge, and the shop is kind of a store/soda shop/bar/pie place/hang out spot all rolled into one. Dustin of Indie Stitch put together the tweet-up, and I'm already excited to attend the next one! If you're local, you should definitely attend the next one as well. Who doesn't love sweet venues, Phoenix style, and real life blogger friends!



I feel like I just need to say that my guy is the greatest. He really is!



Outfit details:
Flannel: Levi's
Jeans: Levi's

Today I'm meeting up with an old friend who is helping me out with an assignment (she's the sweetest), and then tonight I'm going to pick my uncle up from the airport! He is coming to visit from Seattle and I hope he brings me some mountain bars (anyone know what I'm talking about?).

What are you up to today? What are you most looking forward to this weekend?
-Chelsea XO

1 comment:

  1. I love that flannel!
    I know what you mean about the weather! One day it is cold and the next it is in the 70s or 80s.
    Good luck with your classes + assignment!

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