I was down in Old Town Pasadena this morning running an errand. Since we've been in escrow, Bob and I have figured out what we need to do to the new house before we move in (paint, refinish floors), what we need to do as soon as we move in (window coverings), and what can wait (almost everything else). The house has been kept well, and there is not much else to do to it other than make it our own.
After about a week of intense drapery research :), today I hit the Pottery Barn drape sale and bought drapes for two windows in our new family/dining room, and four windows in our new living room. Later on I will get some smaller curtains for Claire's bedroom and the bathrooms. Thankfully, several other windows already have wooden blinds, so those are good to go. The curtains I just finally hung up in our bedroom here will transfer to the new guest room. Yay.
Anthropologie didn't have anything to do with this errand, except that it was across the street from the parking garage. :) So I popped in real quick, just to look. I love that going to Anthro is like going to a museum.
Since I was down by Bob's work, he took me to lunch at a new Thai restaurant on Lake called Abricott. It is charming! And yummy. I had the yellow curry with chicken. I will have to get photos of it next time. I was too busy oggling the menu to remember. :)