Christopher and I spent nine days traveling and visiting family this holiday season, so we built in a couple "alone" days to keep us from going crazy. After leaving my mom's the day after Christmas, we took a detour to snatch the Maryland highest point before heading up to Pittsburgh.
The point is marked and the trail well-kept, but because it's not in a park (or anywhere special, really) you have to know what you're looking for or you'll miss it completely. And since half of the mountain is owned by a logging company, we actually started in West Virginia and hiked back into Maryland to reach the top.
Because we'd driven most of the day, we caught the peak just before sunset. I was worried that the snow would slow us down, but the incline was never too steep or too slippery. And everything was gorgeous and glittery.
Books Sputnik Sweetheart, Haruki Murakami; In the Garden of Stone, Susan Tekulve; Bad Behavior, Mary Gaitskill
Zara Long Flowy Skirt in Nude, $79.99 $39.99; Zara Skirt with Contrasting Box Pleats in Sky Blue, $39.99; Everlane Raglan Boat Neck Sweatshirt in Black, $35.00 $15.00
Sound, Stage, and Seminar No Country for Old Men; Saving Mr. Banks; The Beatles Anthology; Her; The Act of Killing; Ghostbusters
Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival: Drama & Intrigue
Adam Neiman, piano; Ara Gregorian, violin; Marcy Rosen, cello
We're in the thick of the third snow this season, which is unheard of for coastal NC. Everything is mushy and gray, and evening yoga keeps getting cancelled. I'm ready for melting, warming, and longer days. And to not need so many layers, though I do like this combination:
Dress: Target; Sweatshirt: Everlane; Tights: Target; Boots: DV by Dolce Vita; Necklaces: Gifts
Christopher is now consistently replacing a table and auto-timer. He's doing a pretty good job, too.