October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween!

Filed under: Uncategorized — acagle @ 3:11 pm

The festivities have yet to begin here at ArchaeoBlog manor. I spent much of the day attempting to set more tile and alternately cursing either myself for measuring wrong or the tile cutters for cutting wrong. Grrrr.

I am donning my Indiana Jones gear and answering the door in that. I have the usual stuff: fedora, leather jacket, and now a whip! Sort of. It’s a soft plushie-type (stop snickering) thing that makes an electronic whip-cracking sound. Heh. I even forewent shaving since Tuesday to get the whole rough-and-ready look. Of course, we don’t get that many kids around here anyway and it’s raining so there I’ll probably sit with nothing to do. I still buy tons of candy though because, well, it’s got to be eaten eventually. . . . .

UPDATE: A measly two groups of trick-or-treaters. Probably 10-12 altogether. Fun though. One little girl said “Bye, Indy!” as she was walking away. =)

1 Comment

  1. Hah! My Halloween was better than yours! My daughter had her baby as a treat for me. Mistress Danica Mary Helen weighed in at 9 pounds, 11 ounces, 20 1/2 inches tall at 5:45 PM.

    I got her an Egyptomania outfit as a birthing day present, embroidered with a dancing mummy and the legend ‘I’m a mummy’s girl’. I’ve also stocked up on children’s AE books, so she’ll either be bored to tears or an Egyptological genius.

    This is my first grand baby. :-)

    Comment by kat newkirk — November 1, 2008 @ 9:01 pm

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