A Boo to you and you and you and you and you and you... Happy Halloween friends!
I'm sorry it's been so long since I've written. (10 days have passed?!? Ugh!!!) We've been incredibly busy the past few weeks. My job is in the process of switching back to our five day work schedule again after a year of having limited office hours. Eliot has been very busy with soap orders and with working on new ear designs. And I just got back from a weekend trip out of state with my cousin Kaitlin and her three boys: ages 5, 3, and 9 months. (So much fun, but I'm exhausted!) Today, I'm planning to lay low at home and to catch up on rest before I go back to work tomorrow!
Of course, it's also Halloween- which basically means that I'll be humming "This is Halloween" all afternoon. I might even pop my Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party music in so I can jam out to "Boo To You" and "HalloWishes". Last night, Eliot and I watched Hocus Pocus before bed. And I wore my candy corn shirt to bed!
As you know, I absolutely love the holidays. However, this year seems like October flew by and Halloween came so fast. Yet, at the same time, I've been celebrating it for a month now. We went to Mickey's No So Scary Halloween Party during our Walt Disney World vacation. And our Disney Cruise was a Halloween on the High Seas themed cruise so we also went to a few Halloween events on that.
Honestly, I'm excited for today, but when it's over, I'm SO ready for Thanksgiving and Christmas! I love the holiday season and I've been itching to get my Christmas music out. Eliot and I were moving into our new house this time last year, so we missed out on all of our holiday decorating. We usually go all out decorating for the holidays. This year, we didn't do anything for Halloween, we'll also probably skip Thanksgiving and Hanukkah, but I'd love to get a few of our Christmas decorations out! At the very least, I'd love to have our Christmas tree set up in the living room!
So, cheers to another Happy Halloween! I hope you have a wonderful evening filled with tricks, treats and sweets. And when the clock strikes midnight tonight, I'll be that crazy person with my Christmas music at the ready. °o°