happy all hallows eve everyone! i hope you have had a spooky, wonderful, and safe halloween evening. i did not technically dress up in a costume today, i just decided to dress in mostly black and "darkish" and had inspiration from the film- the craft. after only watching old (and some new) horror movies, dressing up in costumes from my closet, and obsessing over jack-o-lantern cravings, i can't believe the halloween season has come to an end! with endings there is always a great beginning getting prepared for thanksgiving! thanksgiving is my favorite holiday; i am so excited for all of the delicious food/desserts, all of the get togethers my family has that day, and the baking that happens the day before to prepare.
also, a happy birthday wish to my mother (i know she is reading this :), her birthday is halloween! we went to waldo pizza for dinner this evening, which is a favorite, local place of mine. they even have a full vegan menu for any non-animal product eaters. as a present, she got a new canon camera body, which i am so jealous of! i spent the rest of my night at home and watched the original halloween slasher film, that was on television. i feel as if that film was a great way to end this halloween season.
i have also had the wonderful opportunity to do a guest post on leah's blog, here! a little recap on missouri town, 1855 festival i went to earlier this year. check this out, if you would like to!