Halloween Fun 🎃

I Love Autumn & Halloween… here’s what we got up to !

We went out for the day, to a nearby farm!

It was brilliant.

There was SO much to do.. we made wands, got sorted into our Hogwarts house, had a spooky trailer ride, explored the spooky maze, picked and decorated pumpkins, pettee guinea pigs & rabbits, looked at loads of other animals and had a bug trailer ride.

A great family day out, themed really well and with lots of fun to be had.

We had a fun little family Halloween party at my sisters house.s

She set up some fun activities for them, we also had a buffet of party food, spooky tunes and Halloween pass the parcel.


Me & Tim always do a few Halloween traditions at home – these include carving a pumpkin (we’ve done one every year that we’ve been together) and I make us ‘Spooky Sausages’ which are meant to look like mummies.

I also like to watch horror films but Tim isn’t too keen on those so thats usually just me haha

Some of my favourites are Scream, Halloween, Hocus Pocus, Nightmare before Christmas and Nightmare on Elm St.


Our local cinema was showing some Halloween classics on Halloween.

Me and my Twin sister Sarah always watch horror films together so we went along and watched the original Scream! I can’t believe its the 25th Anniversay 😱

Scream is my favourite ‘Scary Movie’ and it was cool to watch it on the big screen.


What did you get up to this Halloween?

Do you have any traditions??


Until Next Time,

Roseanne 🙂

My reading challenge: October 🎃🍁🍂

We are fully into Autumn now and this is definatly the perfect season for snuggling up, all cosy, with a good book.


What did I read in September…


If you have followed my blog previously, you will know that my reading challenge consists of reading at least two books each month.

Unfortunately, due to an Eye Op in September I wasn’t able to read as much as I would have liked.

However, I did listen to an Audio book instead, in order to complete my two book quota!

Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult

&

Harry Potter and the Philosphers Stone (Audio book)

I enjoyed this Jodi Picoult book, I havnt read one of hers in a while, although I would say it isnt one of my faves compared to some of her others.

I wasnt 100% sure how it was going to end unil I read it which was good for keeping you going and it was a subject matter that made you think.

Harry potter of course was a winner in my eyes and is an absolute classic. That was my first time listening to the audio book in full and it really helped curb the boredom when I was recovering from my op.


This month I will be reading…


The big little festival by Kellie Hailes

(See previous post for synopsis – September reading challenge) this is the other book that I was supposed to read last month.


The Husbands secret by Liane Moriarty

‘Mother of three and wife of John-Paul, Cecilia discovers an old envelope in the attic. Written in her husband’s hand, it says: to be opened only in the event of my death.

Curious, she opens it – and time stops.

John-Paul’s letter confesses to a terrible mistake which, if revealed, would wreck their family as well as the lives of others.

Cecilia wants to do the right thing, but right for who?

If she protects her family by staying silent, the truth will worm through her heart. But if she reveals her husband’s secret, she will hurt those she loves most . . .’


As always recommendations are welcome!

Until next time,

Roseanne 🙂

September/October Wishlist ☄

Here are some things that Ive been loving these last couple of months! From clothes, make up and shoes. I’m hoping to get my hands on a few of these items over the coming months. 

I’ll include a list of the items and where you can get them from! 

Enjoy ☄

Blush pink jacket, Boohoo £18
Dusky pink pinafore, Primark £12

Nike trainers, Sports Direct £33.99

Slim coat in Texture, Asia £38.50

Tanya Burr Cosmetics Make up, Selfie Lash Mascara in black, Selfie brow pencil in fair, Contour stick in light/medium & Illuminating powder in ‘Champagne Sorbet’ Superdrug, from £6.99

Harry Potter Gryffindor Onesie, Primark from £8

Gold hoop earrings, Primark £1.50

6pk of rings, Primark £2.50 

Bee pumps, Primark £8

Cosy Mustard jumper with oversized sleeve, Primark £13

Oversized distressed denimn jacket, Boohoo £24 

Cath Kidson crescent rose foldaway overnight bag in the shade Tempting slate, Cath Kidson £45 

Boucle cardigan, Primark £13 

Short coat Dogtooth pattern, H&M £59.99

Jacquard-weave coat, H&M £89.99

Autumn/Winter decoration, Primark £3
Until next time, 

Roseanne 🙂