Yesterday was a long day. I had an Access class to go to in Albany at 10 so I got to work at 7, and then drove all the way out to Albany only to find a sign on the door of my classroom saying all the teachers were at a funeral. So I drove all the way back and worked for the rest of the day, and then picked Cory up and grabbed dinner and took him to OSU for his accounting midterm, and I went to my law class. I have a test next week so class went pretty long, and I didn't get out of there until 9:45; and then I picked up Cory and we went to Winco to grab two more pumpkins for his Halloween "costume" at work (pictures later) and then I went home while he went back to work for awhile.
I watched Most Haunted last night for awhile before bedtime. It's kind of a guilty pleasure - Cory hates it but I think it's kind of entertaining. It's just a group of British people who go to haunted places and do seances and try to get the ghosts to make noises and things. I don't believe in any of it but it's still amusing.
As I was lying in bed last night trying to sleep, I decided I'd go to Fred Meyer in the morning and get a couple of wigs so my coworker and I could be festive. I got there this morning and there weren't any left. There was a stocker there taking things off the shelves too - I'm surprised they don't wait until the day after so that last-minute shoppers like me can still get what we need.
I'm really looking forward to trick-or-treaters tonight. I haven't been able to give candy out since high school, because after that I was always in a dorm or on the third floor of an apartment building or whatever. I don't know if we'll get any this time but since the townhouse is on the street I think we might get lucky. Although now that I think about it, there were a lot of older kids trying to trick-or-treat without a costume last time I gave out candy, and it was annoying.
Today is already slow and I haven't even been here an hour and a half. I need a project. Ugh.