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Monday night, I tossed Tommy a very small (6 inches tall) butternut squash and a Sharpie. I asked him to draw a face of his choosing for a Halloween decoration. His expression told me he was enjoying this activity. Later, I told him we were going to put out one thing each day for Halloween. That makes 17 more decorations to put out. No, not buying 17 items.
Tommy said I should get a piece of white cloth, drape it over something and he could make a face like a ghost. Wow! He is getting into this decorating. The man just needs a nudge to do things. He just never thinks up things. Tonight, he did. He is looking forward to Halloween decorations. WOW!
Teasing him, "we will make turkeys out of pinecones for Thanksgiving."
Tuesday, I found a lemon pepper cooked chicken for $2.84. Now, I know what we are having for dinner. I paid $8 for a pair of reduced swim goggles in the hope that I can chop all these onions I have. Okay, those goggles hurt. And, I just found onion goggles on Amazon. They fit like glasses.
I cut Tommy's hair with the new clippers. There were no directions with those colored clipper attachments, so I just started. It was so easy to get his sideburns right, trim around the ears, everything. He likes the vibrations on his neck and head...lol. There is only one little place too long, but I will use my haircutting scissors on that. Once the clippers are cleaned and oiled, I don't want to use them the same day.
We did it outdoors with a light breeze. We both had hair all over us! It was fun when my nerves finally settled and I figured out I was not making him bald. I always cut my husband's, son's and daughters' hair, but I used my sewing scissors.
Are you decorating or planning for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or Christmas yet?