So it is October. I have finally put my plan into action and have gone on a road trip to Vermont. It took me a long time to really sit down and just book my overnight stays. But then I left yesterday and I am glad I have done so. It is always good to get out and do something totally different. This is my first short vacation where we don’t visit family since summer 2019. It might also be my last vacation without our baby for a while.
Right now is peak foliage, the reason why I wanted to visit Vermont in the first place. It does come in handy that I don’t have anything better to do and can travel when I want to. Now I hope to enjoy fall in Vermont until Thursday. Sadly, Rich couldn’t come because someone has to work. Maybe I get him a giant bottle of maple syrup. Or better: a barrel.
|Watched| Küchenschlacht, The Great British Baking Show, Venom: Let There Be Carnage
|Read| Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine, Strandboten, Maskenmord, Eisige Spuren, Seelenrausch, Scheinwelten
|Listened to| AnnenMayKantereit, a few old road trip playlists
|Done| got the annual state inspection for the car, we had the second and last big anatomical scan of the baby, I finally planned my Vermont trip and left for it on Saturday
|Eaten| vegan bigos, pelmeni, jollof rice, efo riro, a vegan burrito, plum dumplings
|Drunk| water, coffee, cranberry and peppermint tea
|Thought| I really thought I would have my travel permit by now – I wanted to go Germany to celebrate my granny’s 90s birthday with her
|Been happy| the baby is well and has all important parts, my parents might come and see us for Christmas
|Laughed| that Lotti and Arti orbit me constantly now that I am home so much
|Desired| a work permit, a travel permit, and a few things one can actually buy:
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|Bought| reusable makeup remover pads and ear swabs, a conditioner bar
|Clicked| a super useful guide: A Beginner’s Guide to Seasonal Eating, this theme park has been on my bucket list for so long: 10 Must-See Spots at Harry Potter World