I will miss all the amusing bones scattered around our neighborhood. This year’s collection was quite clever, with frolicking skeletal families galore!
We voted long before November 3, standing in line for over 1.5 hours. The line stretched as far behind us as it did in front. I appreciated the friendliness and patience of all the folks around us. Poll workers were efficient with everything except exit signs, so I wandered just a bit before finding the right door. Well, duh. I seemed to be the only one who was confused!
Halloween wasn’t THAT long ago, but since we’ve had such an election? Oy! It’s hard to remember anything from October. The kiddos had fun trick-or-treating in relative isolation, selecting goodies from tables, bins, and cute clotheslines. Neighbors applauded from a safe distance.
I burst out laughing when I saw this typo about the Affordable CAR Act. The topic is hotly debated but when it looked this way, I thought we might replace our old Subarus!