Happy Halloween, friends! I made my “costume” last night, after we returned from a morning at UPenn hospital for Aaron’s checkup (more on that in a few…). I’m pretty pleased with how cute it is!! I’m totally feeling fab-boo-lous!
I’ll be adding a black and white polka dot scarf mid-morning, as I have a funeral to attend. It’s for one of my dad’s closest friends, so I don’t want to be rude.
I hope everyone has fun tonight, if you’re trick or treating! If not, please be mindful of little ghouls and goblins while driving home in the dark! I always worry and drive extra careful on halloween night!
I haven’t been trick or treating in years, and I totally miss it! Josh is a freshman in college, and this is the first year he dressed up since middle school. Of course it was for a college costume party. Hopefully he had fun, but not too much fun. 😉 He went as a character from Book of Mormon, which we saw on stage in NYC this summer and loved. Here’s my “Brother Cunningham”
So yesterday we had Aaron’s 6 month check up from his pancreatic neuroendrocrine tumor that was removed last June. Everything looks good and the doctor is moving him to 9 month visits. I’d actually prefer they keep the 6 months, for piece of mind. Since there is a chance of recurrence, I’d just prefer to keep a very close eye on everything! Need to keep my sweetie healthy and cancer free! I just love this man so much! Here’s a picture that my brother sent to us from the sixers game the other night. He spotted us on tv and took a pic.
Happy Halloween! Don’t eat too much candy today!!