Hurray, we made it to the end of October and what a month it was. After having lived through Hurricane Irma in September, October definitely lived up to what I hoped it would be a fun-filled month. October not only brought with it cooler temps to South Florida, it also brought with it some of our favorite fall activities.
Thanks to Verizon wireless for keeping us connected through each of our many family adventures. All the pictures you see here were taken with my Verizon Samsung Galaxy S8.
Although October was full of fun adventures, I did make the resolution to enjoy more of the unlimited possibilities every day brings into our lives. So, what do I mean by enjoying the unlimited possibilities? For starters, I want to be more PRESENT in the kid’s activities. Therefore, I promised to find more ways to make that happened in October and beyond.
The opportunity of being more present for the kids didn’t take too long to happen. Because of Hurricane Irma, Hispanic Heritage activities didn’t happen during the month of September. However, earlier this month and when activities resume their regular schedule, my husband and I volunteered to help with these celebrations at the kids’ school.
Didn’t the kids do a great job? I know I am biased, but I think they did! During the Hispanic Heritage activities, we had an amazing time helping the kids and their little friends with their assigned countries. Ahh, the possibilities! 🙂
Truck-Or-Treat Halloween Celebrations
After the Hispanic Heritage activities were over, Halloween activities kicked into gear. Not only did we enjoyed some red ribbon week activities with the kiddos. We also kicked off the pre-Halloween celebrations by attending and participating in the kids’ school Halloween trunk-or-treat.
After all the fun at the kids’ school trunk-or-treat, enjoyed some fall activities around South Florida because the weather has been really nice around our neck of the wood, except for last Saturday. But let me just say, that we are loving this nice fall weather.
Of course, life is full of surprises and even though we were having a fun time at all these activities, our car’s battery decided to die. But like I always tell my kids, “life is an everyday adventure”. So, after a quick call to our car’s service and dropping off the car at the dealer for a quick check-up, life goes on!
Tomorrow, we get to close this fun-filled month by attending a few trick-or-treat activities with friends. So, now I leave you so that I can make some delicious treats done for when the kids get home from school. Happy Halloween everyone!