Wednesday, September 26, 2012
When I was in high school I went with a group of friends to one of the haunted houses in downtown Evansville. The one with the Texas Chainsaw Massacre weirdo chasing all of the screaming teens out of the building with his very real looking blood-dripping chainsaw. I broke my tailbone while inside. Yup, sure did, but no - I can not tell you what happened. No clue. It took talent I'm sure. I never was a huge fan of paying money to go into a place that scared the pants off of you, but unfortunately that is what you did in high school in October. If you've ever had the pleasure to do this too, then you understand that being in the middle of your group is where you want to be. You don't want to go first and you don't want to go last. And you certainly don't want to be alone. Being safely tucked in the middle shelters you from most of the grabbing limbs and the sudden scares. Eek...I get a jumpy feeling just thinking about it!!
Sunday, September 16, 2012
I have enjoyed this past week opening up the windows and sleeping with them open, listening to the sounds of nature and the fountain on the pond. The cool breeze coming in and blowing the curtains gently - so peaceful. I worked on my craft room this week, making it more of a cozy place and enjoyed sitting in front of the window at my desk and creating some.