Happy Halloween everyone! Wait, it's November already? Oops.
My grandma spoils me. Look at this amazing care package she gave me. She even included a pumpkin, and a kit to decorate it!
And basically all of my favorite things - homemade sour cream cookies (so.good.), Reese's, peanut butter crackers, Milky Way bars, a HUGE Hershey's bar, hot chocolate, Goldfish, a super cute owl card, awesome socks, and some festive napkins! So amazing.
I had some friends over in early October, so of course it was the perfect excuse to get some of my favorite Halloween candy. Luckily not much was left at the end of the night, because I just can't resist it!
I love decorating for any holiday.
I made this when I was really little, and my mom sent it to me in a care package when I was in undergrad. He manages to still make an appearance once in awhile.
After not dressing up the past 2 years, last weekend I got to dress up in a couple of different costumes. On Friday I was a "Southern belle" - I wore a dress that my mom wore as a bridesmaid in the 70s :) I didn't wear the huge crinoline petticoat that would make it even poofier, though.
My friend Josh was a super scary vampire. Seriously, he was creeping me out! Pardon my red eyes - I tried to get rid of them in Photoshop but, 1) I don't know how to use Photoshop, and 2) I have perpetual red eyes that seem to just turn gray when they're "corrected." Josh's glowing eyes work well with his costume, though!
Saturday I went down to Columbus with a group of friends. I dressed up as "Bad Sandy" from Grease, and my friend Chris was Danny Zuko. I stayed up pretty late after the party on Friday night to put curlers in my hair in an attempt to make it super curly for an authentic Bad Sandy look.
And I got to sleep in them. Lucky me!
Buuuut my hair didn't dry by the time I had to take the curlers out the next day, so I was a less authentic Sandy. Ohhh well. (Check out my super cool "Academic" high school letter pinned on "Danny's" sweater, haha.)
I'm terrible at taking pictures - this is my attempt at capturing High Ball (a street festival we went to).
I snapped a picture of this scary monster thing. And that was the extent of my picture-taking!
I also got to eat at one of my favorite places while we were down in Columbus - Northstar Cafe! I got the Buddha Bowl with roasted chicken, brown rice, peanut sauce, and veggies. It was really, really delicious. I failed at using my chopsticks, though :/ Maybe I should try to develop that skill...
Although this pumpkin made a cute decoration, it was even better after it was roasted :) Stay tuned for my next post, which will be totally pumpkin themed! (Very original, I know.)
Song of the day:
"Tightrope" by Walk the Moon. Very upbeat and fun!