Happy halloween, my friends.
We were pretty original with our costumes this year. A lot of effort went into these, as you can see :). But really, after all the work that was put into last years costumes, we decided to keep it pretty low key this year.
And besides, I don’t think Henry really understands the idea behind Halloween. He wasn’t a fan of the mummy costume we tried putting him in, so he decided to go as a strikingly beautiful, well-behaved black cat instead.
on a side note - this halloween has turned into an actual nightmare, as my grandpa passed away yesterday morning. It was quite a shock, and everything is kind of turned up side down right now. I had today’s (I still couldn’t help but share) and tomorrow’s posts scheduled already, but things may be a bit quieter around here next week. Thank you for understanding.
Just a few snapshots from Honk Fest, these fall days, and the moon through Boo’s telescope. Really, how cool is that moon photo?! Boo did a pretty awesome job, no?
It was a rainy, cold, and at one point - powerless day at the fair last weekend. But its a yearly tradition, and I couldn’t not go this year. I would’ve had a big sad face. So we grabbed our umbrellas and headed out to Topsfield. Even with the rain, we gobbled down all our favorite foods (seriously the best part of any fair), the animals were still all smiles, and the game people still hassled us to spend our money.
Aaaaah I love the fair :)
cardigan: Buffalo Exchange
shirt: Urban Outfitters
jeans: Urban Outfitters
oxfords: c/o Big Buddha
On Saturday, Boo and I embarked on the quintessential New England fall day. We drove all the way up into New Hampshire, over to Maine, and then back down into Massachusetts. All in one day. We took in the changing foliage, came across a small town farmers market, climbed to a few waterfalls, ate lunch overlooking the beautiful view above, stopped for some pumpkin donuts and maple popcorn and apple cider, and took sooooo many pictures.
It was one gorgeous day, I tell you :)
One day last week, Boo and I took a cue from Emily and headed into Charlestown for the day. It was lovely visiting an area of the city that we haven’t been to before. Living in such a historic city means that there is always something to do, see, and learn! Bunker Hill, the shipyard, and Warren Tavern were perfect additions to our list :)
This past weekend, with our friends here visiting, we wandered alllllll over Boston. And there is one thing for certain - I will never get sick of taking photos of this city.