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Highs, Lows, and Uh-ohs October 2018

Hello Humans of the internet!  It’s November which means it’s a great time to look back on the past month and make a mentally healthy assessment of how I spent my time.  Yay!  Let’s get into it, we all know that this was probably a really good month because it was Halloween month.


  1. Halloween:  even though my Halloween costume didn’t really work, and I had to get allergy shorts on Halloween and I didn’t get to spend Halloween with awesome boyfriend, it was still fun.  A small child did walk up to me and say, “you are Halloween.”  So, that was basically the highest compliment that I could receive.
  2. I have a date:  “what do you mean you have a date?  AK, your boyfriend is 2000 miles away”  WELL GUESS WHAT!  I’m flying out in December.  I’m really excited.  I do need to figure what to get him for Christmas and his birthday, both of which are in December.
  3. I got a lot of compliments on my weird dragon nails.
  4. I found a giraffe onesie.  For myself.  it’s great.  I got a panda one for Panda (my baby cousin) a while back.
  5. I found a Tamagachi which is exciting.  20181103_2223001623196892.jpg


  1. I remembered how much work Tamagachi are.  I don’t know how to make that word plural so I just didn’t.
  2. One of my fish isn’t doing well,  She is very old for her type of fish, so that’s probably what’s going on with her.
  3. I didn’t get to make my wonderful boyfriend wear a couple’s costume.


  1. I can’t read.  We all know this.  That’s what this blog is about.  I tried to follow a GPS and ended up taking 4 wrong turns.  Why? because I can’t read street signs or tell right from left.  It took an hour longer to get home then it should have.  An hour.  I was driving lost for an hour at night.

How was y’all’s October/Halloween month?  Did anything exciting happen?  Is anyone still young enough to Trick or Treat?

much love



I'm a writer with dyslexic.

One thought on “Highs, Lows, and Uh-ohs October 2018

  1. We had the most wonderful assortment of kids come to our door. I had bought four giant bags of candy and gave almost all of it away. Last year we ran out which was disappointing. I look forward to what you buy your sweetie for Christmas. Is he still on the West Coast?


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