Yipes, we’ve been busy. Does it show? Like when I haven’t posted since our summer vacation, does that highlight my busy-ness (not business). So now it’s practically Halloween and I haven’t even showed you what I bought! Because I needed more Halloween (just wait until the end of the post)!!
These day of the dead succulents were at Trader Joe’s. So cute!
I legit gave my husband three new Halloween storage bins today for our 22nd anniversary. Because that’s the traditional gift: 1st anniversary – paper, 15th anniversary – crystal, 22nd anniversary – narrower Rubbermaid bins that fit better up the attic stairs.
In between vacation and Halloween (jeesh, again, sorry) we had a goodbye to Middy’s old house party. I made a salad out of Skinnytaste’s Spiralized Summer Bowls
We had Drummer Boy’s final Illuminati Baseball game of the season.
I made Crispy Chicken Thighs with Cherry Jalapeño Salsa from The Kitchn.
We had Epic Pizza Night when our dear Kazzah visited us from Australia with two of her mates.
I made Cheesy Chicken and Veggie Bake from Bev Cooks. Super easy for a week night. Don’t use tomatoes though, made it a little too watery.
The Second Set turned 11. 11!! Here they are with their great grandmother who is 104 1/4.
There was a fidget spinner cake. That spins! By Jen of Pastries So Tasty.
Apple Cider Doughnut Cake from The View From Great Island was a hit.
We had five tables full of homemade treats and raised over $3,000. Yay!
Oh, and we attended the Queen show from Singer Girl, Drummer Boy and Guitar Boy.
Oh yeah, and then the world premiere of Chasing the Blues at the Chicago International Film Festival, the movie that Kevin co-wrote based on one of his short stories. Yeah, that’s the ticket!
Now that we’re all caught up, I will show you the pièce de résistance of Halloween that I now own and is playing in our front window:
It’s not so much that I needed this Halloween projector, but that it needed me. Happy Halloween everyone! Gird your loins for the upcoming practice Thanksgivings!