This may or may not be an accurate representation of me shopping…
Can we just take a moment to say “ERMAHGAWD?!” over Unique Vintage’s Halloween Collection?
This belt, for one thing! ❤
And this blanket?! *SNUG!*
But it’s all just precious…though my credit card, under oath to me, shall remain in my wallet…lest I buy with utter abandon! 😉
Because bats and spider webs are uh-mazing…
This outfit is adorable too… Stripes and Ghouls to stand out. ❤
If I won the lottery, I wouldn’t necessarily be running out to buy a fancy car, a hundred pairs of shoes, or a giant yacht. I wouldn’t be spending it with total abandon or throwing it around aimlessly, leaving me where I was before…
If it were me, I’d spend it on special needs education (wouldn’t a PhD of a BCBA be amazing?!), Sign Language classes, Martial Arts training…and giving back to others.
But all that said…if there WAS a creepy castle somewhere…there’s a good chance I’d be there with my love, our two black-cat boys, and a smoke machine. Studying for exams, dressed – of course – like Morticia. *LOL* 😉
A meme that gave me a giggle…
Halloween 24/7. ❤
And the real thing…! ❤ ❤ ❤
I get irritated when Halloween stuff starts fading out of stores. . .or hits the sales racks, especially when it’s before the holiday has even occurred. Excuse me, turkeys and Santa Clause? Wait yer damn turn!
Ugh. Retail-schmeetail. I find it incredibly annoying, and I *might* even teeter on offense with this one. If I see ONE Christmas sweater before Halloween, and said sweater happens to be on fire…I have no idea what happened.
You know what I mean. . .?!
I appreciate all the seasons, I really do. But if I had my way, it would be Halloween every day of the year (and no, I love it so much that it wouldn’t get old. Halloweentown 365? Sign me up!)
So I tend to buy Halloween-ish decor all year round…it just happens to be a whole lot easier when retailers jump on board. I not only don’t know what to do with myself because I want ALL of it, but I try to enjoy every moment of full-on Halloween before Thanksgiving and Christmas ruin the party. Damn you, turkeys and Santa… Give me at least a *small* window to grieve!