Tuesday, November 1
Here's the munchkins shortly before we set out on our trick or treating adventure last night. We went out about dusk, because I didn't want to be out a long time after dark. We just stayed in the apartment complex, and visited apartments that had decorations up. So we visited about 8 apartments, heh. Everyone was very nice and handed out handfuls of candy, because there were no other trick or treaters.
The decorations of spider webs, witches, ghouls and skulls were a bit much for them, though.
Anyway, on to the meme! This is from Everyday Ruralty.
Alison asks: What's the biggest obstacle you've overcome or need to?
My own laziness. Always have battled it, always will battle it.
Julia asks: If you won $100,000 what changes would you make?
I'd buy some shelves and look into bunk beds for the munchkins. I think we have just enough room, as long as they were child-sized.
McGuffy Ann asks: What's the most unusual pet you've had?
A couple of iguanas. I wasn't a very good pet owner, though. My first one died because I didn't know they needed a heat lamp, and the second one only got fed when I remembered him. He eventually was given away to a guy who raises reptiles, and hopefully is immensely fat these days. I liked my chickens much better.
When do you start decorating for Christmas?
Usually in the start of December. I have, like, two decorations to put up, and a little artificial tree that the kids decorate. It still makes it feel so Christmasy in here. I do wish I had a little Nativity scene like my mom's, that the kids could play with.
What's your favorite type of magazine to read?
I used to devour Reader's Digest before their format changed to Women's Home and Garden. (Remember the Drama in Real Life column? I remember it. Sigh.) I don't really read magazines aside from the occasional cooking mag that my mom lends me. Taste of Home is always nice.