That’s right; someone in the town that I live thought it would be cool to steal one of my pumpkins. But they didn't take one of the small ones. Nooooooooooooooooo. They had to take the really BIG one. I thought it was impossible to think less of this town; I guess I was wrong.
Monday, October 20, 2008
Sunday, October 19, 2008
For some time I have been trying to go on a bike ride with one of my friends. On Saturday we finally got that bike ride. We did 25 miles in three hours. 25 MILES and today I am feeling every one of them. We started in Peninsula and went all the way north to the Canal Visitor Center near Valley View (Lock 29 to Lock 38). It was a magnificent October day for it too. The trees were all kinds of beautiful. The Ohio Erie Canal Towpath was alive with all kinds of wildlife; from other bikers to woolly bears. I am thinking about training all winter long to get in to shape so I can bike the whole Towpath next year. After that we went to the wife’s job to leave sweetness for her to find when she came into work. She had a bad week and needed help to find her smile. We ended the day by going to see W. and all I can is wow.
Sunday, October 12, 2008
That’s right; it’s my favorite time of the year. I love fall. And I love Halloween. It doesn’t really start until I pick out the pumpkins. They were all so beautiful this year that four had to come home with me and the wife. I am already coming up with ideas on how to carve them up. And the wife took lots of super cute pictures of herself. Then I went to the theater to see Blindness. It was a great movie; very disturbing. And I say disturbing because of what was going on it the film and what was happening in the theater. Some of the eight people that went to see it thought it was funny to laugh at the people affected with blindness. I was discussed. Coming to theaters next week is a very scary film called W. So tune in as Oliver Stone takes on his first horror movie.