Two Bits

Each Friday we share some tidbits from our week.  We want to break down these internet barriers and invite you into our lives and we’re hoping you’ll do the same.  You are welcome to share a bit of your week or day in the comments, or if they’re better represented by a photo, tag us on instagram @liveseasoned

Katie here :

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Ack, this was one of those weeks when I was really playing adult. Checking things off the list every day, and it felt good, but also kept me hoping to find one really slow week before the holiday craziness hits. This week was all about the mundane errands. Taking cars to the garage, picking them up, taking them back, etc. Faxing forms, and then faxing them again, and being surprised that a simple email wouldn’t do. Trying to winterize the house because, BAM! we got our first snow of the season!

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Everyone in the house woke up excited yesterday to see the snow. Calder and I are planning a little trip up into the higher mountains again this weekend. We want to get Alex out on his skis, but we’re thinking of keeping it simple and mellow. Rather than go to a resort, we’re going to go to one of the state forests where Calder can put on his alpine touring gear and ski along beside Alex as he finds his balance on skis for the first time. Meanwhile, I’ll keep it really mellow and head out on the snowshoes with Luc in the Ergo.

Sarah here :

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Just like Kate, I’ve been adulting a lot this week.  Buying things like daylight bulbs, windshield wipers and draino and feeling pretty great about it 😉 It was cloudy every stinkin’ day this week, but I made use of the days by working pretty hard.  I squeezed in a few days at the pottery studio and darkroom. I also worked on an architectural shoot in an enormous mansion; it was different from my usual gigs and I really enjoyed it.  The only downfall? I have so many blog post ideas floating around in my little head, but no time to act on them.  Right now I’m about to head out the door for a weekend in Saxis.  Only a five hour drive separates me from a salty, beachy breeze.  Have a nice weekend!

 

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