This is Miss Pumpkin. She lives in Disneyland. I'm not sure where exactly she lives in Disneyland, but I do know that she dates the local constable. I very much wish that I lived in a town with a Miss Pumpkin who dresses like this one, and sings and dances. Aren't they cute? Also, can you see in the back ground of the first picture, the guy in the dark blue t-shirt standing over on the right side - sort of posing like Big Foot walking through the forest (not that he resembles a Sasquatch) - that's Steve who just happened to be in the picture and we didn't realize it until much later. I was following Miss Pumpkin around while she was dancing so that I could get a good picture of her and I guess I got quite a ways from where we had been standing.
I had to share Miss Pumpkin with you before Halloween had come and gone. Jeez that's a great costume.
This was another great Halloween display at Disneyland. They do a really good job of decorating - it actually increased my enjoyment level even more to see all of the Halloween decorations while we were there.
And, back at the ranch - the dining room table. I just realized that the gourd on the table, to the left looks like it's plastic, but it is real - sheesh, could it be more shiny?
Little hanging black cat. He's made the same way as a hook rug - I did not make him though. Heck, I can't even remember where I got him. Yes, my memory is like a finely tuned machine.
Another cabinet picture from a different angle - as seen a couple of posts ago. My grandpa got me that calendar and I like the pictures so much. I can always depend on my grandpa to get me a very cute calendar for the kitchen.
I just realized that I was going to show pictures of the journal that I did for Shelley. I'll show it/them in the next post. I say them because somehow I ended up doing two - because I can't let things alone. One became two and that's how it went.
Also, did want to report back that I think my memory is improving (despite not remember where black cat hanging guy came from). I've been doing Sudoku every night before bed and really concentrating on making myself remember names and details. Anyhoo, just wanted to let you know that I think it's paying off. And I'm getting a lot better at Sudoku too. Sometimes for fun I'll see how fast I can do an easier one (like a one star). Friday night I did one in three minutes. I'm working on a four star Sudoku now. My life is riveting. A real nail biter of a blog. I can see why you stay tuned. What will she do next ? - will it be Sudoku, watching High School Musical again, wait, hold on, maybe she'll be petting her cat with the left hand instead of the right. It's almost too exciting. Until the next unpredictable post, I hope you and your families are well.