To satisfy my spin for the week, I give you these:
|Little o as Blue MM|
|LG as the Orange MM- the front|
|LG as orange- the back..|
-> Much to the happiness of many parents, I got into it with a group of teenagers while trick or treating. Story: They had been following us for a few houses, and finally caught up. 3 of the 6 were not dressed, two were fine and 1 was "scary". She was leaning towards little kids on the sidewalk and moaning and such. So, I politely asked if they could hold up a bit, so they would miss the little guys. Scary girl looks confused and then offended. SG: "Halloween is scary. They're supposed to be scared." MB: "Halloween is also supposed to be for little kids, not teenagers old enough to get a job and buy their own candy. Scare the baby and you'll find out how scary I can be." They waited, and her friends laughed hysterically at her. Good for them.
-> Apparently, I've had pie for my first two meals of the day. Think I can totally screw nutrition today and go for the third? Mmmmm, pie.
-> I'm tempted to un-friend an old friend on FB. I'm tired of his "Occupy Wall Street" rants. He chooses to have a krappy job because he's "following his heart". Which is fine. But don't blame others for following their wallet. We all make choices.
-> If you have a kid under 4 or so, you need to read No Sleep for the Sheep by Karen Beaumont. It is hysterical. And I've had it going through my head for a week. It replaced Veggie Tales, though, so it's still a win.
Ok, I have stuff to do (like find out how to pay my cable bill. yes, I know that paying my bills means the cable company wins. But I like Tivo, so I'm ok with it.) Have a good week, all.