Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Top 5: Halloween


Hey Ya'll!
 
Halloween is only days away so I thought it was about time I share my favorite things about Halloween.
 
Pumpkin Carving:

Although I have not had the opportunity to carve a pumpkin this year, I still love it. I love putting my hand in the mushy-ness, baking the seeds and carving something I love, like Harry Potter.
 
Treats:
Who doesn't love all of the yummy treats that come out around Halloween. I think everyone can agree its a big bonus for the holiday. (except maybe my waist line)
 

Halloween Movies:

I am not a huge fan of actual scary movies (like The Conjuring or The Exorcist) but I do love pretty much anything Tim Burton (The Corpse Bride, The Nightmare Before Halloween, Edward Scissor Hands), slashers (Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer), and of course Hocus Pocus!
 
Pumpkins:
I love that pumpkins are everywhere this time of year. I love all the shapes, colors and sizes!
 
Dressing up:
This year I will not be dressing up because my work doesn't allow it and I will be going to a Halloween play after work, there just won't be time. But I still love dressing up and I hope next year I can go full on Walker/Zombie. 


So those are my Halloween Favorites, what are yours?
 
xo
bre

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Vacation: Cozumel, Mexico

Hey Ya'll!

 Our last stop was spent in Cozumel, Mexico where we were able to swim with dolphins. It was awesome. Cozumel ended up being our favorite day for several reasons. First of all, the dolphins were so cool and it was a amazing experience. It was also the only day on land that didn't rain and the weather was great! We also snorkeled and shopped. It was a wonderful day with lots of pictures, so sorry in advance for the picture overload. Enjoy. :) 







































This is my last post about my vacation, thanks for sticking around to read them. :)

xo
bre

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Vacation: Belize

Hey Ya'll!

So our second stop of the cruise was Belize. Cruise ships are unable to dock in Belize because of the Barrier Reef, so the ship anchors out in open water and passengers are tendered on smaller boats to the main land and excursions. When we first got off of the ship we went to a tiny island off the coast of Belize to snorkel. It was a little cloudy and rainy so we didn't get to see as much as I hoped, but it was still pretty and we had a great time. After snorkeling we went to Belize city at the port to walk around and shop. Enjoy. :)









(this was a sea cucumber and it was very slimy!)















My last post of this mini vacation series will be of our last stop in Cozumel.

xo
bre