halloweek.

I’m not really sure when Halloween became a week-long festivity, but that definitely seems to be the case this year. And I must say, I don’t hate it.

On Friday night we kicked things off with the 2nd annual FreakyBe costume party.

I was a boxer.

The crew of a boxer consists of a ninja, vampire, and cheerleader, in case you were wondering.

Everyone had such great consumes! Lots of originality going on this year.

You may recognize this lovely lady, who channeled none other than Regina George. So excited Gabriela (formerly of Une Vie Saine) is back in New York!

It was such a fun night! Thanks to everyone who came out and joined us :)

The rest of the weekend for me has been pretty low key. The city is in a bit of disarray right now preparing for the hurricane, so I’m trying to avoid that as much as possible.

…which means taking full advantage of Roku, naturally.

And thank goodness our favorite salad joint Chop’t delivers.

I’m making it a point to get out of the house today, though, since that might not be an option over the next couple of days. Sandy may be throwing a wrench in Halloweek for now, but I fully intend to make it to my parties on Tuesday and Wednesday! Until then, I’ll have to get my fix of the holiday at home…

Have you been celebrating Halloween yet? What’s your costume (going to be)?

Comments

  1. Sarah says

    I was dressed as Mardi Gras at a party last night. So fun. Love love the Regina George costume!

    Can you do a post on how to do your hair the way you have it in this post? I’d love to be able to have waves like that in my hair. Any advice would be appreciated :)

    Y’all stay safe with Sandy!

  2. says

    I love all of your costumes! You are such a cute boxer and Gabriela (miss her blog) is rocking Regina! I was Snow White and all of my friends were the other Disney princesses! It was so much fun!! Stay safe and enjoy watching movies and eating candy corn- that sounds pretty fabulous to me!

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