October 30, 2012

October {Weekly Photos}

40 | Arboretum Art

41 | Macbeth

42 | Galveston Getaway

43 | Day of the Dead Fest

Other October events....
- Fall at the Dallas Arboretum
- Small town fun at the Aubrey Peanut Festival and Denton's little bitty Oktoberfest
- Watching Macbeth from Shakespeare Dallas, very well done
- A long weekend working the American Girl Fashion Show for Junior League, this is the perfect event for school age girls, very fun!
Galveston Girls Weekend
- Mountain biking nearby on the Corinth community trail, 8 miles and my first time not riding on pavement - Matt says we can do 13 bike trails in 2013 for a "blog thing", we'll see if my bruises agree
- Soapbox coffin racing and artsy fall fun at Denton's Day of the Dead Festival {cause a pumpkin patch theme isn't hipster enough}
- Attending a sweet girly baby shower for my friend Angie (of 27 years!)

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October 22, 2012

Galveston Girls Weekend

I met up with my friends Megan and Cherie in Galveston earlier this month for our 3rd girls getaway weekend. We really had a ton of fun, who knows where we'll end up next?

  • The Spa at the Hotel Galvez (really the main reason we went to Galveston)
  • Drinks and great views at The Tremont Rooftop bar
  • Lots of good food: Oysters at The Black Pearl, breakfast at Miller's (yum!), a great brunch at the hotel
  • Fun midnight roller coaster rides at the Pleasure Pier, Megan definitely peer-pressured us into this one, it wasn't nearly as scary at night though
  • Fabulous football watching at The Spot with ocean views + 3 overtimes and a Tech victory
  • A quick Sunday lunch with Maggie on the way home and Megan's first stop at Bucee's

October 10, 2012

Chihuly Fall

I had a great time with my parents at the Dallas Arboretum earlier this month. We finally made it out to see the Chihuly glass installation (a belated Mother's Day adventure) and it did not disappoint. Bonus: the little pumpkin houses were out to enjoy and it was the first weekend cool enough to wear a coat. If you haven't seen the glass yet it is well worth the trip, very nice.