sing with Backstreet Boys?!), so I thought this would be a fun pick. He, obviously, did not disappoint. His sense of humor and wit definitely came through in the writing, and I really enjoyed looking deeper into his life from childhood to Doogie to Barney to raising his family. The only thing I struggled with was whether to read to book page-by-page or jump from chapter to chapter following the "adventure." Obviously, parts of the book were completely made up for the "adventure," but it was easy to see which parts those were. I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves funny books or is an NPH fan.
2 /// When I arrived home on Monday, my swap package from The Great Pumpkin Swap was waiting for me. Swap host Kristin was my partner, and she sent me some amazing goodies. Thanks so much, Kristin; I was so happy to join in for the 4th year of the swap!
3 /// Wednesday night before kickball, Erika, Jacquelyn, Kelsey and I had a girls' night happy hour at O-Ku. FYI, if you ever go to O-Ku for happy hour - make a reservation!! We did not but were lucky enough to get a great spot on their couches. Their happy hour specials are ah-mazing: half off rolled sushi and $3 off signature cocktails. I indulged a bit and got a potato roll, a crab crunch roll, and a sangria. Everything was so delicious!
HoM. We sampled different sliders, delicious cocktails (apple and bourbon - yum!), and met some awesome new people. We also stopped for cupcakes and explored West Elm - all in all, a great night!
5 /// And from the beginning to the end of this post, we've somehow transitioned two holidays, but Christmas has arrived in Charleston, y'all. When Erika and I were downtown last night, they were putting up all of the decorations - they look so nice. It also definitely inspired me to go on a little shopping spree, and I officially have about 80% of my Christmas shopping complete!