Halloween is Over ?
I hope everyone had a fun and festive Halloween yesterday! We celebrated our first every trick or treating with our daughter. She had so much fun dressing up and going out to ask for candy. She asked to eat said candy first thing this morning. And though I may have had some candy this morning, sorry little one, no candy for you until later. How did you celebrate Halloween? Party? Trick o treating? Handing out candy? Hiding in a dark house eating all the candy you bought to hand out but than decided to keep it for yourself?
But Halloween is over and now it's time to focus on Thanksgiving and then Christmas. I really don't know where this year went. It flew by faster than ever. This time last year we were celebrating our belated honeymoon in Mexico. Sitting on a beach, eating amazing food. This year I'm getting ready for my first show in a long time. And I am redoing all of my displays, so fun times. But it will look amazing when it's all done.
I'm also getting ready to teach again for the first time since my daughter was born. I'm really excited about getting back into teaching. I love teaching. I never thought I would, but I'm so happy when I'm up there in front of everyone talking about things I love. Though I have a lot of things to do before the class starts, I can't wait to teach again.
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3/27/2019 03:34:41 am
Do you know what I just realized today? When halloween is all over, all that is left would be our real selves and it can be quite scary too. I am too depressed to get into details but I think once you start having children of your own, you don't just realise that your parents must have had a hard time with you when you were a kid, you begin to feel their pain too. I used to be mad at my mother for always being angry over small things. I just realised now that maybe she was very lonely back then and these things you cannot learn this from just anyone. Either someone who experienced the same will tell you or you experience it yourself.
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