Anyone else want to go to Disney World for Halloween? Like it’s a bucket list thing? No? Just me? Okay.


Well, first off, I have returned from a multi-week hiatus, and I am so, so sorry for that. I have been so busy running around getting through school, applying for the Disney College Program, and doing my thing that I’ve put Quillegible on the back burner and I really want to stop that for a number of reasons.

  1. I love writing, so to not write is an unforgiveable crime to me.
  2. I want to pursue writing in some fashion as a professional career, and what better way to impress potential employers than to have a blog to show them?
  3. If #2 doesn’t happen, then professional blogging is a thing, and the sooner this blog becomes bigger the better, cause that could mean making a lot of money.

With that said, I will be holding myself more accountable by (hopefully) not making as many blog posts for the present. So, as of right now, the set schedule is:

Mickey Mouse Mondays – Every Monday

Crafty Wednesdays – Every Wednesday

Book Review Friday – Every Friday

If this does not happen then feel free to come after me with torches and pitch forks.

But enough of the technical nonsense. IT’S OCTOBER BABY!!



And to celebrate, I thought I’d celebrate the Mickey Mouse Mondays of October by doing a little series that I’d like to call Hocus Pocus Month, where I talk about everything involving Disney and Halloween, whether that’s Disney Channel movies or tips and tricks for dressing up as your favorite Disney characters.

For this month, I thought I’d talk about the one and only Disney Channel Halloween movie I’ve seen yet, Hocus Pocus.



For those of you who don’t know (and live in caves probably), Hocus Pocus is about a teenage boy named Max who is new to the town of Salem. He stupidly ignites a candle that unleashes the wrath of three diva-licious witches (played by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy respectively) and hilarious Halloween misadventures ensues.



Now since that was over 20 years ago, you wouldn’t think that the movie would be very relevant to this day. But that, ladies and gentlemen, is where you are wrong. I present to you…the recipe book of spells!


The Gloss

Based off of the movie, I’ve compiled a few ideas on great Halloween treats that’ll surely put a spell on you and all your Halloween party guests!


About Food

Since the movie is all about witches, what better appetizer to start off a night of enchantment than with witches’ fingers? Don’t worry, they’re fresh!















A Stuffed Pumpkin with Sausage and Gruyère…yeah, it’s as good as it sounds. And what better way to serve guests than with their own little pumpkin instead of a bowl?














(Drinkers for Drinkers)

Poor little Thackery Binx, turned into a black cat for all eternity. Luckily for us, though, his misfortunes inspired a little potion of our own! 1 part black vodka, and 1 part Chambord, this delectable martini will really enchant your evening!


What are some favorite Halloween recipes of your own?