Over the weekend, the yoga/pole/Aerial studio we attend held a Halloween show. While I don’t have any pictures to share, it was amazing. It was fairy tale themed, and people performed on silks, the pole, hammock, and Lyra. There was a lot of variety and talent on display and it was fun to get dressed up and go out.
Monday, since My Prince was off, we made a date to go run all the errands we’ve been putting off because they either require a bunch of driving or require both of us to go at once. Doing a bunch of shopping at once is somewhat exhausting, but we met with great success!
We got a Fall swag (the not-wreath-shaped wreath things) for the front door, some adorable candy corn lights to hang up and a couple Fall-themed scented candles. We also got a ton of Halloween candy, so we’re ready for the holiday. Then we headed to the mall where we dropped stuff at the tailor, got my watch resized so it actually fits, and got shoe inserts for my boots. After that we headed to the other mall to hit a couple clothing stores and grab a few cooler-weather basics that have been on the list forever. My Prince spoiled me with a new jacket I think is “space smuggler chic” in all the best ways. : D
We grabbed lunch at a bistro I’ve been wanting to try and I loved it. It’s absolute decadence when you find a place with a nice ambiance and a gluten-free menu that has so many delicious options it’s actually hard to choose.
I was glad to get home and be done running around, but it’s a good feeling to cross a pile of things off the to-do list that feel as if they have been there forever. It’s still hard to reconcile my mind to the fact that we’re more than halfway through October already, but I’m daily grateful that the weather remains nice here and that the days are good even though they’re going by too fast.
(The photos at top are from a couple weeks ago, but I thought I’d share them anyway since I got them uploaded finally. Our fur babies went in for a proper grooming because they needed their teeth and nails done. They came home impossibly soft and smelling like coconuts, and adorned with the cutest little Halloween ascots! Nenya wore hers for about two days before chewing it off, but it was cute while it lasted.)