Monday, October 31, 2005

Most Unrecognizable In Costume

Yep, that was the award I won at a Halloween party I went to this year - most unrecognizable. I also won "Most Likely to Save you from a Burning Building". You see, I didn't really celebrate Halloween much when I was younger. Mom usually let us have a party the night of Halloween with lots of our friends to play games, eat candy, and sleep over. We went Trick-or-Treating a few years when I was younger, but there was always the fear of razor blades and poision in candy (yet my parents let us ride bikes without helments, ride in the car without seatbelts, etc - hmmmm.) Anyway, since I've left home I've participated in Halloween more and more. It's amazing to me what a large part of my age group goes "all out" for Halloween. I went to two parties this weekend. The fun part was dressing up as Batman. The costume sort of came together at the last moment, but it worked out great. I could have convinced any kid that there was a batmobile outside.
Anyway, go to my homepage and check out the pics. What do you do for Halloween?

Friday, October 28, 2005

And then there was the Fall

No, no - not the Adam and Eve fall! Fall, as in the season. It's already here and almost gone. I took this picture one Saturday that I was actually home. I had just returned from a sales trip to Canada and I just needed a day to enjoy where I live, so I went out and took pictures. This picture is of the entrance to Glen Eyrie Castle in Colorado Springs. If you've never been there, it's a must see at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.
I love Fall - it's by far my favorite season. However, We've already had our first snow here in Colorado. It came in early OCT (the 10th I believe) and left me waiting in another airport....which begs the question, how much longer can I handle a job that I travel non-stop? Hmmmm...