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Where Have We Been?

pumpkin spice and everything nice


Fall in NYC is proving to be nothing but beautiful, especially when you live as close as we do to Prospect Park.





 I am loving seeing all the leaves changing colors, and Mike and got to head to Brockport to visit with his family, pick pumpkins, and throw a little Halloween party for his nieces and nephews. The pumpkin patch we went to had a little hay ride, small fall activities, hot chocolate, and even a little petting zoo.


not used to this cold weather!




We took our pumpkins back to Mike's parents house where we carved the one into a Mickey bar!



The Halloween party was super fun and reminded me of the ones we used to have in elementary school. 





getting mummified!

It was a really short weekend trip, but we visited some waterfalls on the way back to NYC to make the trip last a little longer. As someone who doesn't usually pay much attention to nature, I could not be more excited about seeing the leaves change colors...they are so beautiful! One of the stops was Ithaca Falls..but honestly, I can't remember which one, and I don't remember the name of the other stop (haha!). 




Second stop...



On actual Halloween, I had to teach my advanced gymnastics class at NY Kids Club till late, but I got home just in time to change into my last minute Minnie Mouse costume (because my chipmonk onsie was compromised!) and head down to the 7 Avenue Halloween parade in Brooklyn. 



dying over all the little kids in their costumes during the parade, so cute!
Auditions have been pretty slow lately, but I have had a few call backs for some local NYC theaters (Sally in Charlie Brown, Belle in Christmas Carol, and Cinderella in Cinderella), but nothing thus far. There was one audition I was particularly excited about for multiple reasons. One, the actual audition had a dog in the holding room and it was amazing. 



The second reason I was excited was because it was for Tokyo Disneyland's Valentine Nights Concert and I got all the way to final call backs for Rapunzel, however, in the end, I didn't end up getting the offer. 

Auditioning is a tough road here, but luckily with Broadway shows only miles from my apartment, it helps rekindle my ambition any time I get to see a show. I was suppose to take one of the children I nanny for to go see Matilda, but she ended up getting sick, so Mike and I got to go together. It was an amazing show, and I cried the entire time, haha. I really wanted to see the show before it closed on January 1, and it just worked out. 





I am particularly excited about these up and coming weeks. In about one week from today I will be in Orlando with my family celebrating Thanksgiving, and the week after I am going on a very special trip to see two very special people...but more details to come later (:

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