Weekend Open Mic


Weekend open mic

Weather:  Fall is definitely in the air.  We got our first hard freeze Friday night.  It will warm slightly this coming week but the 80+ degree weather we had last week is loooong gone and probably won’t be seen again til next spring.

Forecast nov 1

On the homefront:  We’ve finally got everything out of the old house and we’re set to close on Monday.  It’ll be good to get that behind us.  I’ll go over there Sunday for the last time to drop off a few things for the new owners.

The weekend:   We had about a dozen trick or treaters Friday night. What are we going to do with all this candy left over?
We’re going to an outdoor wedding on Saturday afternoon.  I think it’ll be a quickie service then a big party afterwards. Sunday will be spent going through boxes and probably a visit to the old house one last time. I’m going to make a big pot of chili too.

Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday Morning…

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That’s it from B &P Headquarters in St. Louis. What’s going on in your world?


7 thoughts on “Weekend Open Mic”

  1. We resolved several Halloween problems years ago. We ran out of candy but had a big jar of pennies. I made a stack of pennies as big as I could hold and wrapped them in aluminum foil. The little kids loved them. Parents thought it was great. The big kids (too old to be trick-or-treating anyway) were not impressed. Leftovers? Store them already wrapped for next year.

  2. I had a birthday, got a car. Felt guilty I didn’t get super excited about it because I was hoping the surprise would be my boyfriend.

  3. Closest I came to trick-or-treaters was almost running groups of them over a couple of times on the way home.
    Happy Halloween Jonco, and all the B&P folks!

  4. I didn’t even have a whole bag of mini Milky Way’s worth of trick or treaters. However, at midnight, it started to rain hard. It rained on and off until late morning. We are all delighted, as we need the rain so badly.

  5. There is no ‘trick-or-treating’ here in the Philippines as we know it in
    America. Maybe a few select costume parties here and there.
    But, all the famlies get together with relatives and food and candles and crowd to the cemetaries to spend the day praying for all of their dead friends and ancestors, …All Saints Day is a pretty big deal here.
    I spent the day at the town plaza doing crossword puzzles and drinking mass quantities of Red Horse with friends.
    Now all the christmas sales start big time, as there is no Thanksgiving.

    Happy Birthday Miss Silver!


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