And it is COLD in the ATL... 41 degrees.
Funny. It doesn't feel that cold outside. And I can't really judge since I don't spend enough time outside when it is cold.
Fall is definitely here. You can tell by all the earthtone stuff in the stores. And then there are the pumpkins.
I took that picture at my local Whole Foods. If you look at the top right hand corner, some ballsy chick had jumped up on the display to get a pumpkin she wanted. I was waiting for her to fall and bust her behind. Luckily she didn't. And if she did, I was gonna snap a picture.
I don't celebrate Halloween. You won't see me getting all dressed up, or decorating the house. Never have, never will. To each his own. Not sure I've enjoyed too many holidays in general as and adult. We aren't big holiday family people. So Halloween is no different.
I give out some candy to trick-or-treaters, but that is about it. I already separted it out into bowls on the counter.
That bottom picture... What the heck is "Swedish Fish"??
I also have chocolate. I brought it to work and placed it in our stash place.
Can't put that out. It disappears instantly. Especially when I am not at my desk.
Interesting how grown folks act that way. Sheesh.
I put the cheap candy out on my desk...
Peppermints, speariments and tootsie rolls. Cheap candy. Lasts longer.
And I rarely eat any of it. (Well I like chocolate, but trying to get away from it.)
So that's it for my Monday morning rambles.
Man... I almost made it 31 days posting everyday. Messed around and fell asleep on Friday night without posting. Sigh. 30 out of 31 days was great... not bad at all. I especially like my Sunday Spiritual thoughts, even though I don't want this to be a spiritual blog. I can look back at all 4 sundays of the past month, and actually see that I was actively working on myself in that aspect.
Maybe I will extend the daily posting on out the rest of the year.
Not sure about that. But it has done my heart good indeed. And it is good when that happens... on purpose.
Have a great week, ya'll...