This song has me in a chokehold.
SOooOOOoOOooOoo tempting to order this just for the carrying case BUT (a) I love my Owala bottle too much and (b) I’m not one to carry a water bottle with a strap – it’s usually shoved into a bag or backpack.
Instead, can Taylor and her team offer up just the strap separately because then I’d definitely use it.
We were able to get in some family apple picking time just as the season winds down. We usually get out there earlier but every weekend has been rainy. Much thanks to Mother Nature and an invite because we had a blast. The orchard at Mann Orchards now ranks as tops on our list for the following reasons:
- plenty of sweet apples to pick from (Our fave was the Rosalee. We were disappointed with the Ludacrisp which was tart. There was so much potential with that name.)
- free tractor ride
- fresh and piping hot apple cider donuts – beautiful crispy exterior and soft interior
- no crowds
- there was a DJ bringing tunes like the Macarena
- nice sand pile for the kiddos as well as corn hole, slide and spider net
- up the road is their farm store with produce and a bakery stocked with homemade pies, breads and cakes
Though it’s an hour away from Boston, it’s worth it.
The 1989 (Taylor’s Version) collection is out. I love the sea breezy color vibes of light blues, pinks and creams. Will I be getting anything? As if I don’t have enough Taylor Swift t-shirts, I am adding the charcoal photo distressed t-shirt to my collection. The viewfinder is tempting but I’m terrible at displaying objects and I don’t have much space at the moment.
Dunkin’ Halloween merch and, of course, donuts on the way. I don’t have the space for the 6ft inflatable Spider Donut, but the keychain and donuts I can do. The inflatable will be available at 12pm EST on 10/3 online and everything else in-store on 10/11.
Embracing the fanfare around the Spider Donut, the brand has crafted a trio of ways to revel in the spooky season. First, Dunkin’ created a first-of-its-kind inflatable with Halloween super fans in mind. The larger-than-life creation reflects the charming donut design and marks Dunkin’s first foray into Halloween décor. Perfect for decorating porches, lawns, front stoops, and more, the sweet orange glow of the Inflatable Spider Donut sets the stage for more treats to come at Dunkin’.
“Our Spider Donut has increasingly become a symbol of the Halloween spirit here at Dunkin’,” said Kemma Kefalas, Director of Brand Engagement at Dunkin’. “Every October, we watch our guests celebrate the spooky season with Spider Donuts in hand. This year, we wanted to create a new and out-of-the-donut-box way for Spider Donut super fans to showcase their love for the season with this inflatable masterpiece.”Dunkin’ Newsroom