It’s Friday! and I love Fridays!
it’s starting to cool off here and I am getting very excited for fall. I am looking forward to baking & decorating the house this weekend.
And also a trip to Hallow Scream at Busch Gardens on Sunday!
they have the coolest “terror-tories” this year, but this one is my favorite. they have this demon dj with wings on top of a giant skull with techno music playing!
it is seriously the coolest things I have ever seen!
and this guy! how scary is he!
and this lady has no head!
and here is a list of my favorite things for the week!
Favorite Fall Porch
I love the monogrammed pumpkin!
Sausage Cream Cheese Lasagna
from A Spicy Perspective
I am a lasagna fanatic and this variation looks so good! I love the idea of using cream cheese.
Favorite DIY Project
How to make a ruffled burlap tablecloth
this is so neat! I love decorating with burlap
Favorite Cake Tutorial
from Baker’s Royale
if you haven’t visited Baker’s Royale, you must head over there immediately! she is amazing and her photography is amazing too;)
On Sale Here: Michael Kors Watch
by Michael Kors
Favorite Fall Décor & Chalkboard Tutorial
from Clarendon Lane
this is so cool! she did it with an overhead projector! brilliant!
I am a dog lover and this quote is so true…
isnt’ it incredible? her cakes are amazing
Favorite Fall Decor
Paper Mache Pumpkins
I just love these:)
Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes
The Secret Life of Bees
This book is so good! Here is a brief overview:
Carolina with her harsh, unyielding father, Lily Owens has shaped her entire life around one devastating, blurred memory – the afternoon her mother was killed, when Lily was four. Since then, her only real companion has been the fierce-hearted, and sometimes just fierce, black woman Rosaleen, who acts as her “stand-in mother.”
When Rosaleen insults three of the deepest racists in town, Lily knows it’s time to spring them both free. They take off in the only direction Lily can think of, toward a town called Tiburon, South Carolina – a name she found on the back of a picture amid the few possessions left by her mother.
There they are taken in by an eccentric trio of black beekeeping sisters named May, June, and August. Lily thinks of them as the calendar sisters and enters their mesmerizing secret world of bees and honey, and of the Black Madonna who presides over this household of strong, wise women. Maternal loss and betrayal, guilt and forgiveness entwine in a story that leads Lily to the single thing her heart longs for most.
Mumford & Sons
love! love! love!
I hope you all have a fantastic day!