Last year I spent Halloween in New York, which was crazy hectic and absolutely fascinating. There's nothing like roaming those city streets on Halloween night. It was as if there was this ginormous party and all you had to do was walk out your front door and you were invited.
This year I spent Halloween at home with friends and family, and though it wasn't as wild and crazy of a night, we had so much fun.
I originally wasn't going to dress up this year, but as the day went on I decided I couldn't resist. I went to my closet and started searching. I figured it would have to be something simple, since I didn't plan for it and I didn't have much time, but I also wanted it to be fun. I found this dress I bought last year with the tags still on it and thought, why not! As I put it on I immediately thought of this headband I made a few years ago with a little girl I babysit. I decided that the combination of the tiered dress and sequin headband would be totally flapper-esque.
It took a little persuading, but I finally got Taylor to agree to wear one of Robbie Knievel's vintage leather stunt suits that his dad collects. It fit him perfectly.
Obviously our costumes didn't exactly go together, but with some creative thinking we came up with a Vegas theme. He is a stunt man/entertainer and I'm a show girl/dancer. :P
As of tomorrow at 9 am I will be starting my much needed weekend vacation. Usually when the weather gets cold people head south, but not me. My dad is running the Marine Corp Marathon, so I'm headed to DC for support...and shopping! ;) I'll be staying with my brother and everyone's favorite, Christen of La-Rue-Neuve! I'm terribly excited. Not only is she stunning, but she's quite possibly the most well-rounded, intellegent person I have ever met, and she has a killer style. She's such an inspiration... But you guys already know all of this!
Pictures from the concert:
Yuck. Sorry for the crappy quality and editing. It was so over-exposed by the flash, it was hard to even see our faces.
"Who Says" was released yesterday, which is something I've been looking forward to for weeks now, but knowing me, I forgot. Luckily, I'm personal friends with John Mayer's number one fan who sent this to me via Facebook.
There's a lot of controvery about John Mayer because of the way the media portrays him. They want us to think of him as this sarcastic asshole who treats girls like trash. And for all I know that may be true, seeing as I don't actually know John Mayer, but who cares? He's a singer-song writer/musician, not a saint.
Who says I can’t be free?
From all of the things that I used to be
Re-write my history
Who says I can’t be free?
He is my favorite. I would probably turn into a screaming, babbling twelve year old if I ever met him.