November 1, 2012
Is it really November already? Where has the time gone? Good morning from our sunny little part of the world. It's cool (46F), but that's to be expected this time of year. The weather man is making me nervous. He's talking about another big "system" headed our way, this time from the Arctic region. No sirree, that does not make me happy!
Pogo and I had a rather chilly ride last night. The fun part was getting to see a lot of my old crone friends again. The sad part was seeing all the devastation everywhere from Sandy. I'm thinking that it will take years for everyone to fully recover.
There were a few other doggies along for the Halloween ride, and Pogo got to make a few new friends. I must say that he behaved very well considering this was his first broom ride. Kyra and Mat, we certainly did see you. We were probably too high up though for you to see us waving.
I have a photo of another adorable little cutie who was all dressed up for Halloween. This is Silly, a precious tiny white poodle. Silly is 17 years young and still looks forward to dressing up for trick or treating. Her mommy is a foster mom for resuce doggies.
Pogo, on the other hand, would have nothing to do with his penguin costume. So instead, he wore his pumpkin sweater. I have to say that he does look much better in the sweather.
And last of all, let me share with you a lovely photo of my daughter and son in law, Dee Dee and Eddie. I think this photo was taken inside the "Haunted House".
My brother used to love working on the Haunted House project every year. Now the big kids are doing it, and it looks like they are doing a great job! I certainly would not want to bump into this lovely couple in the dark.
Now I must get moving here. I have an appointment at the nail salon, and another box of new clothes to send off to daughter Laura. Later, there is a bit of food shopping to be done, and then I can rest up for work tomorrow. For everyone who is still being plagued by Sandy, I hope the rain has stopped and the sun is shining. Stay well, and till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.
Hugs, Edna B.