Finally back in New York, right where I belong.
And yes, yes! It's Halloween.
Sorry to everyone I didn't get to see while I was in Boston,
I'll make sure to see you next time, promise!
The trip was fun, very nostalgic.
I'm not sure if I ever mentioned it, but I went to school in Boston.
So I lived there for a brief period of time.
Until I felt completely deprived of my lovely New York
and had to without a doubt move straight back to where I belong.
What are all of your Halloween plans?
I'm going to a couple of my friend's parties in Brooklyn.
Bringing my polaroid, so I'll post photos soon!
Love to you all!
And before I forget, I'd like to thank Betsy ( http://frombetsywithlove.com/ )
for writing about and mentioning my blog! Thank you so much, dear!
Now to get into the spirit of things...
"What tremendously easy riddles you ask!" Humpty Dumpty growled out.
"Of course I don't think so!
Why, if ever I did fall off-which there's no chance of-
but if I did-"
Here he pursed up his lips, and look so solemn and grand that Alice could hardly keep from laughing.
"If I did fall," he went on, "the King has promised me-
-ah, you may turn pale, if you like!
You didn't think I was going to say that, did you?
The King has promised me- with his very own mouth-to-to-"
"To send all his horses and all his men,"
Alice interrupted, rather unwisely.
excerpt from Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass
photos from etsy