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”
Whether you’re celebrating with friends, family, or not at all, I just want to wish you all a happy, fun, and safe Easter.
Enjoy this throwback Easter picture of Pascal in his Easter polo.
“This is the year that everything changes.”
“New year; new me!”
Sound familiar? How many times do you hear that in your lifetime? Every year we roll our eyes at people who think they’re going to be an entirely new person in the coming year when we all know that they’re going to be right back to where they are now. Right? Right?!
STOP! No, seriously, stop! Stop judging people for wanting to change.
From September to New Year’s Day, I am at my happiest. An entire third of the whole year I’m happier than I am the rest of the year. Why? Because Autumn begins, the weather gets cooler, football and hockey come back, and it’s the beginning of the holiday season! Being born the two days before Halloween has me dubbed a “Halloween Baby” and I love it. I love everything about Halloween. Anyone who knows me knows that. And the only thing I love more than Halloween, is Christmas. I can honestly say that I love the entirety of the Christmas season MORE than I love the one day. Because of that, I extend my holiday festivities to two months instead of just one (or less than that if Thanksgiving falls later than November 24th).
That’s a pretty blunt title, huh? The truth is, I’m tired of seeing so many posts circulating on Facebook and other social media telling people what kinds of costumes they should and shouldn’t wear based on their body-type or skin color.