October has come to an end and yesterday was the last day of the Halloween Challenge. This is such a cliché thing to say, but I really can’t believe how quickly this year has gone by.
Waldo Flea Market
Sunday, Eric and I drove an hour and 20 minutes to Waldo Flea Market. He got a hatchet to restore and I got a mirror miniature shelf, 2 books, a small microscope in a box, and a tiny porcelain doll. Normally Eric finds more on these types of trips than I do, so I’m happy I had some things to bring home. We got home in time for dinner and got some Kazu Sushi Burrito.
Monday, I spent time with my parents. We talked, made caprese sandwiches for lunch, my mom started crocheting a new sweater for me and made taco soup for me to take home for dinner.
St. Augustine Alligator Farm
Tuesday – appointment, thrift stores, pawn shops, and the St. Augustine Alligator Farm. Eric and I had never been and there are sooo many Alligators, as expected I suppose lol. Thanks to my mom here too, because she gave us a BOGO coupon for the Alligator Farm.
Wednesday & Thursday – time at home, photo taking, graduate school applications. More on that last part later.
Friday, back to work and what a weird day of the week to do so, but the weekend was already in sight.
Halloween Eve Festivities
Saturday, though, I went to a friend’s house to make creepy dolls. We painted them, dyed their clothes and even made a spray foam brain for one.
After. I stopped by my parent’s house. You’ll see the lovely sweater my mom has been making for me in next week’s post.
That night, I went to another friend’s for a Halloween get together.
This Week in Blogs:
- Tourmaline .’s Halloween Challenge – Haunted
- Tourmaline .’s Halloween Challenge – Creature
- Color your World: Bittersweet
- Tourmaline .’s Halloween Challenge – Moon
- St. Augustine Alligator Farm
- Tourmaline .’s Halloween Challenge – Carve
- Tourmaline .’s Halloween Challenge – Scream
- Tourmaline .’s Halloween Challenge – Party