It's weird, the way my inbox receives my own answers to the comments at my own posts. I suppose I could tell Outlook Express to block everything that comes from me, but I don't think I will. After all, I might want to write myself sometime--say, if I'm on vacation and I feel like e'ing home to see how I'm doing ("So, Lee. What's up?"). Of course, I'd probably tease myself a little: "Bet you wish you were here! Ha, ha, ha! Sorry, that was mean. Anyway, how are the cats?"
Have I mentioned that Perry's paws, in the short span of one week, look better than ever? They do. It's amazing. That Cortisone shot worked wonders. I've explained to Perry that he's very lucky to have Dr. Mike as his vet. Perry responded that the winding country roads that lead to Dr. Mike's clinic are unnerving. Fine, I said. I'll drive.
Oh. I used that joke before. Sorry.
So, Halloween is coming, in case you're like me and you have an easy time losing track of holidays and celebrations. I'm a person who always knows what day of the week it is, approximately what time (without looking at a clock), and (usually) the month and day thereof. Yet, I can be two weeks from my Birthday and just suddenly realize, "Hey, my Birthday's in two weeks. Let's see--what day will that be?" It's an astonishing talent. I might write a book about it one day.
Anyway, Halloween is coming. I know, because Dracula told me:
And because the CVS drug store chain has a bunch of cool Halloween stuff on its shelves, like this PEZ cat:
Here's the same fierce feline in color:
And, I forgot to mention, with an arty background.
Well, bat-droppings! I had one more to post, but Blogger's photo upload feature stopped again. Oh, well, at least I got three pics up. That's three more than I was able to post with the Woodforde-Finden entry.
But I don't know--my Halloween display items might get downright nasty if I don't get them up pretty soon in a group photo. And if the Blogger photo feature isn't working.... Hm. That could be a problem.
I'll have to use alternate hosting. I do not want to upset my Draculas, Frankenstein monsters, E.T.s, mummies, and so forth. Who knows what they might do? To me, I mean.