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Happy (Late) Halloween!

Hey, peeps. How was your Halloween? What did you dress up as? Well no matter what you did, I hope you all had an amazing, fun and safe Halloween.

I absolutely love Halloween, it’s just so cool. I love dressing up and getting to be someone completely not you. I haven’t gone trick or treating in years, but getting candy is so much fun. Now a days, I go to Waikiki with my family, We dress up and make our own costumes every year. It’s so much fun to see the kids’ faces light up and to have people come up to ask you for a picture or just to say that they love or costumes.

This year we went as characters from the Wizard of Oz. We had tons of glitter and sparkles and our costumes were just so detailed.

I have photos, but there are stickers over our faces because yeah… there might be creeps, or worse… people who know me and found this blog site by accident.

We have a person as the scarecrow, but she was unfortunately taking the picture for us. After all the fun we had going out, we had to go to school the next day and that was just torture.

Speaking of school, the day before Halloween my Speech and Debate club celebrate Halloween, by eating a brain, it was made by our speech coach. It tasted suspiciously of sprite and jello. Definitely not a real brain, but detailed enough to be mistaken for one. Note to self: Good idea for decoy brain during zombie apocalypse. Here’s a photo I took.


Well that’s all I have for now.

Until we meet again…


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Omg, I just did the patrons quiz on potter more and I like hard core geeked out. Which is kind of sad because I have no one to geek out with. 😦

The graphics were so cool and the lighting was beautiful. I found it a little stressful having to go with my gut feeling because I was being timed. I had missed the first question because I didn’t pick in time. But it’s okay. I got kind of freaked out by the sounds a few times because it sounds really creepy and mysterious and that’s not okay. But overall being a huge potterhead, I loved the whole experience.

Well until next time…