Don’t you just love fridays? The kick off to the weekend, to two days of play and fun, to sleeping in and downward dogs, to all day coffee, to all day pajama’s, to time with friends, time with your dvr and time for projects…(I love a good project!)
Cheers to Friday everybody. Thanks to my friend for sharing all the fun new photo filters with me the other night…I am excited to explore all the fun “quick fix” possibilities to a very standard shot. For instance, what was a shot of my empty pot de creme, is now my own little memory masterpiece…have a great sweet weekend. I heart you!
Boo! It’s time for tricks and treats, ghosts and goblins, pumpkins and gobs of candy corn. Happy Halloween Cleveland.
If you don’t already have a booked fall weekend here are some ideas of things to do around town to put you in the haunting spirit.
Kick off the weekend with a spooky-tini, a witchy cup of brew is sure to bring out the goblins within each of us. For this I have three recommendations…although it’s not exactly Halloween-flavored, the peanut butter martini at Fahrenheit is an adult treat sure to crave your sweet tooth. If you are looking for something more “traditional fall,” Luxe Kitchen makes a mean candy apple martini which tastes JUST like a freshly dipped Patterson Granny Smith Apple in fresh caramel sauce, simply ghoulish. Last but not least, for all you Cleveland “purists” we all know what came out this week…YES, Christmas Ale from Great Lakes Brewing Co. This nutmeg infused beer although named for the December 25th marks the beginning of the holiday season to me. Let the merriment begin!
We all know Cleveland is filled with spooky places to scare the bee-jeezis out of our souls. From the Mansfield Penitentiary. to Cedar Points Halloweekend, From the regional corn mazes (which also test your mind) to the creepy haunted houses filled with gory bizarre people willing to plaster their faces with latex in order to get a good scare out of us. In Northeast Ohio their are so many options, it’s supposed to be a nice weekend. Go get your spook on.