OUR HALLOWEEN

This is what our halloween ended up looking like.  We had plans to go to our friends house to hang out, and possibly walk around town with the kiddos like we do each year... but between the emotions and stresses of this week, and knowing James had to be at work at 4 am this morning, we decided ultimately to just stay home and have our own halloween.  Since we are moving a new couch into our living room today, we decided yesterday to move the other one into the bedroom a day early so we could make a big palette on the floor for movies.  I had a few drinks, made taco salad, and we watched two of my alltime favorite movies, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and House of a 1,000 Corpses.  I love watching these two films together b/c you can see the influence Rob Zombie had through his movie.  I absolutely love Captain Spaulding's (above clown) character.  No matter how many times I watch this film, I love it just the same.  This ended up being the perfect way to celebrate our halloween.

Now for today I'll working as much as I can on editing for The Bohemian Collective.  Ive been posting some sneak peeks of the upcoming winter lookbook over on the blog.  And this past week I added the google friend connect, so if you weren't already 'officially' following the blog, its super easy to do so now.  Just look towards the bottom of the sidebar for it.  And while your down there, don't forget Kelly Ann has made an awesome music playlist to listen to while browsing the blog!  We will be launching the new lookbook on November 13th and I'm getting super excited! 

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HALLOWEEN PAST

Happy Halloween!  For the first time in years, I'm feeling a bit blue on Halloween.  I take that back, last year I did b/c it was my first year without my dad... Halloween was his favorite holiday (as well as mine).  But this year, I guess b/c I have so many new raw emotions going on inside me, I really don't feel it.  I might not dress up tonite, for the first time in... uh, my whole life!  I'm just not sure.  I feel like such a debbie downer lately.  Boo... So, I thought I'd share my costumes from the past 3 years.  And (if) I happen to end up dressing up tonite, then I'll be back with more... I hope everyone enjoys their evening, and of course stays safe!

2009 - Sugar Skull
(This year seems to be the year of the sugar skull, I've seen this costume everywhere this year!)

I waited tables in this costume and had a blast.

2010 - The Bird Keeper
 
2011 - Gypsy Fortune Teller
 
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