I kind of feel like I didn’t really get many new things to try these past few months, so you’ll have to excuse the brevity of this post. Or, I guess you don’t really have to. You can be annoyed at it’s short length. But whether you excuse it or are annoyed by it, it’s short. Continue reading “October/November Favorites”
To my American friends celebrating Thanksgiving today, I hope you have a happy, safe, and fun holiday. If you have to work today, I wish for you that everyone you encounter is pleasant and patient, and full of holiday cheer. If you’re missing family this holiday season, as I am, I hope you have joy and peace in your heart and are surrounded by those you love, who love you. Let them take care of you and love you today, this holiday season, and forever.
To everyone else who doesn’t celebrate Thanksgiving because of it’s complicated history or because you aren’t American, I hope you the same things as mentioned above for you, and happy Thursday.
My Christmas traditions post from last year was a fun way to reminisce and find old pictures of years past, so I thought I’d do the same for Thanksgiving. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Traditions”
Our Halloween traditions aren’t necessarily as set-in-stone as our Christmas ones are, but there are a few things I have to do every year, or it just doesn’t feel like the spookiest time of the year. Continue reading “Halloween Traditions”
The Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex is the fourth largest metropolitan area in the country, which means there are plenty of things to do at any given time of the year, and of course, October is no different. Continue reading “Things to Do in NTX in October”