You Can't Take It With You

I'm Tricia. This is the story of my life as a vegan, a fitness health-nut, a wife, and a lover of life. I am a Florida transplant, born and raised in Chicago, my kind of town. Most days I miss my hometown and every single day I miss my family. I began the journey of the rest of my life with my wonderful hubby, Danny - and we're just in the begining stages of creating our own little family. I hope the moments that i share, give you those warm fuzzies, and occasionally provide you moments of substantial belly laughter. Enjoy every day-every moment in life, be kind to animals, go green, help others, follow your passions, eat whole foods, keep your heart rate up, show compassion, hug a tree, and forgive, because in the end, you cant take it with you. Please enjoy the music which provides vivid color and sweet composition to my life. Don't forget to check out to be reminded how beautiful life trully is.

OMG this is so cute….the very LAST clip is hilarious.

"Sneaky Mom" eating the last of the Reese’s Peanutbutter Cups was the straw that broke the camel’s back.

Brings me back. Here’s hoping mean old people or pirate ghosts OR THE WEATHER do not spoil your night. candy! candy! candy!

Places to avoid when trick-or-treating tonight

Creepy old houses -especially if it is boarded up with “No Tresspassing” signs

Creepy old forests

Creepy old Insane Asylums

Creepy old Mausoluems

Creepy old cemeteries - heed the name!

Creepy old men and haunted old houses - don’t say Garfield didn’t warn you.

Creepy old motels

Any house on the block that has a “reputation” or known murderers have lived


Houses where the owners “throw the candy or money over the cement fence”.  By the way, no one is home at this particular house.  Avoid altogether.

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Their choice in carvings is very similar to each of their personalities…interesting…

From left to right:

  • Wild child with a hint of devilish ghoul (see real smile for evidence to that of which what I speak of)
  • Sweet, compassionate, traditional, happy child
  • Seriously funny care-free child with a hint of goofiness

Happy Halloween nephews!  I miss and love you all! Can’t wait to see what your costumes say about you!

This will not go down in history as my finest moments in Halloween costumery, but I thought it very appropriate to amuse myself, and everyone else, on this Monday morning with this bit of Halloween nostalgia.

[Archive under: Mom, seriously, what the?]

“On Halloween night, the Great Pumpkin rises from his pumpkin patch and flies through the air with his bag of toys to all the children.”

“On Halloween night, the Great Pumpkin rises from his pumpkin patch and flies through the air with his bag of toys to all the children.”

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Have a scary day today. 

Have a scary day today. 

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What’s that supposed to be?

Why it’s a ridiculously cute dog in a frog costume people, come on! Gezus Chrimeny!

Feeling really Halloweeny tonight.  Just carved my pumpkins (twisted, I know) and made some oven roasted pumpkin seeds. 

 Happy Hallows Eve!

 Happy Hallows Eve!

(Source: w-i-t-c-h-e-r-y, via inlovewithasailor-deactivated20)

Scaring the daylights out of unsuspecting candy go’ers since 1949




Times haven’t changed…much.

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Weekly dose of close-door-to-your-office-turn-computer-volume-all-the-way-UP-and-sing-your-ass-off-on-top-of-your-desk Friday: Happy-Halloween-weekend-Beetlejuice-rocks-and-so-do-dancing-cats edition


What?! It’s a dancing cat…so? Shake, shake, shake senor-cat!

[Archive under: Friday’s guilty pleasure; see also: Beetlejuice, beetlejuice, beetlejuice!]