library trip

That plus a few other errands was what I did today! Yes people. Another exciting day in this gal's life.

When I first moved to Ottawa, the library was like my refuge. I would be huddled in the back corner of the fiction section for hours on rainy Sunday afternoons or curled up on the comfy chairs flipping through Big City Junk and American Junk by Mary Randolph Carter or sprawled out on the floor of the art and photography section skimming through giant hardcover books. I always felt strangely at home surrounded by a bunch of books and ideas and by people who perhaps were as shy and seemingly timid as I was. 

The book I started reading is Albert Camus', The Fall, which was recommended to me by a friend. I'm not too invested in the book yet, just a mere 8 pages in, but so far so good.

(urban outfitters jacket, zara jeans, nine west shoes, vintage belt and purse)

In addition to my "exciting" trip to the library, the rest of the day was spent getting ready for a photo shoot I am doing tomorrow with CoverModels Management, a few projects around the house that I have been putting off and a trip to the market to pick up butternut squash and pumpkin to make a seasonal soup.

If you are like me and enjoy perusing food porn blogs for yummy cooking inspiration, I highly recommend She Eats Bears for a local food enthusiast's thoughts on all things worth digesting.