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Friday, November 01, 2019

Another day of sleeping the morning away even though I slept fairly well overnight. I think it was the tired after all the self-imposed stress of the upcoming doctor appointment. is now rescheduled for next Friday as this doctor had to assist in a surgery today. The other stress that was removed is knowing Tim will be home tonight and is home for the week before he heads out again. His Reno days are almost done!

I ran a couple quick errands and then took care of a little bit of paid work before going through personal emails and Sparking. I enjoyed a Christmas movie (Christmas Camp) while I "worked". Next up is doing some shredding as the pile is getting too large and it's great kindling for the fireplace. Then I need to clean up the kitchen and figure out supper before I can sit down with the jigsaw puzzle.

We only had about 4 groups of kiddos last night and one of those groups was actually just a guy who was probably in his late 20s. That one left me uncomfortable so I'm glad Isaac and the dogs were right there with me. I did make sure the door was locked after that one!

Maegann and her bunch all met up here so we got to visit with Jeff for quite a bit while Maegann was doing her makeup and waiting on Kim and her little brother to arrive. He and Isaac had a good conversation before Jeff decided to get in character and drag Isaac away.

It made for a fun evening as they didn't get out of here until about 7:45! When they returned around 10:30 we dumped the rest of our chocolates into the candy bag that Kim's brother had so now there is no temptation for us!

Tomorrow Isaac has time with Patrick, but it appears he won't be able to practice basketball with him as he got sent to the nurse today with shin pain. It could still be growing pains so I'm glad he sees the doctor on Tuesday so we can check on that too. Otherwise, just a typical weekend for everyone.
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    I loved the photo .I am glad Isaac was there with you!
    79 days ago

    My mind is asking why a 20 something would be out trick or treating without any children unless he is mentally challenged himself. YIKES!!!! I am glad you were protected!!!!

    Isaac looks like he's having fun being dragged off and I am happy that everyone seemed to have a beautiful evening!!!!

    R>- Nancy Jean -
    79 days ago
  • MSHEL7
    That older guy trick or treating, alone, weird! I'm glad you had back up. We don't get trick or treaters at our house, too far out in the country.

    Have a great week, try not to over stress over the doc this week.
    79 days ago
    Glad that hubby will soon be done with all the travel away from home. Enjoy your weekend.
    79 days ago
    Glad all is well. Your family is my prayers.
    79 days ago
    That does seem a bit odd about the 20-year-old. Weird. Enjoy your weekend!
    80 days ago
    Sorry to hear about the bad experience. This is why we could not be home in our old neighborhood on Halloween night.
    80 days ago
    Sorry for the scary moment with the adult trick or treater. Not fun. The photo is hilarious! Glad you had a great time with the kiddos there for quite a while.
    80 days ago
    Begin each day with a grateful heart...

    The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness. Lamentations 3:22-23
    80 days ago
    Busy day all around! I would be creeped out by a 20something trick-or-treating too (unless they were bringing along their kids). emoticon

    80 days ago
    A 20 something year old guy trick or treating alone is certainly cause for concern. Glad you were not alone and hopefully its not someone staking out houses for another time.

    Bittersweet that your appointment was delayed. I believe everything happens for a reason though.
    80 days ago
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