October is perfect hot tub weather. Just perfect. Matthew thought we were all going to overflow the tub, but somehow, we managed not to.
We went to see the Spooky Puppets Halloween Show II at the Center for Puppetry Arts last night. Wasn't sure what to expect, but there was beer, wine, and baked goods, adult-themed puppets, and really cute lasses dressed in a red she-devil unitard and black vinyl bat girl ensemble, respectively. Alcohol and puppets and babes! Much fun was had by all. And there was even a short little haunted house walkthru beforehand. Thanks, terracinque for letting me know about this.
But we forgot to tape Firefly last night. For the folks who saw it, was it any good?
The boys put on their XY geek hats and opened up the computer too. They installed a slave 80 GB hard drive and 128 MB of RAM. Our system is faster, bigger, and they didn't kill it! Hurray! And the price for computer upgrades has really gone down . . .
We also went to see Lilo and Stitch at the local second run theater. My God it's funny, and poignant, and sweet. I loved it! And so did the boys so it's not just me being a girlie-girl. Hobkin's Godmother has a young skunk that she got at about the same time we got Hobkin. She named hers "Stitch." A more appropriate name doesn't exist. If anyone wonders what having a pet skunk is like, think Stitch from Lilo and Stitch. Coming home after the movie, I couldn't help but check Hobkin's sides for extra arms.
We have a lot of Halloween candy left over. We only had something like twenty kids come by. Where were they all? Oh well, more candy for us. I've been swinging on a sugar buzz for days. *twitch*
Matthew liked my bunny costume. Although every time I sat down, I ended up on my tail. There must be a trick to wearing round little bunny tails.
Happy (belated) Halloween, y'all!