I got up a couple of long hours before the crack of dawn today. You see, Anthony needed help with his makeup:
And he needed help getting into his dress:
He had to modify the back of it to fit and putting it on now involves safety pins in the back.
He tells me he doesn't plan on making make up a regular part of his day or I'd have to teach him how to do it himself.
Here he is all ready to ride to work:
Meanwhile, it's now 6:00am and I'm tiptoeing around the house so as not to wake up the dog. I'd half planned on going back to sleep, but I've got a 5 mile run to get in this morning and Davan's make up to do before she goes to Do Jump, so by the time I got settled in and actually fell back asleep, it'd probably be time to get up again. I wish I had a jog stroller for Lovely. Then I'd go back to bed and run after she got here. Ah well. I guess I'll just be tired again tonight.
I was tried last night and turned my light out at 9:15, but was frustrated in the falling asleep department, not managing the feat until about 10:30. Grrr.
Davan has requested Buffy watching this evening, as it's Halloween and all. She thinks we should go ahead and eat while watching. I haven't really figured out what's for dinner yet...pumpkin soup maybe?....but we can probably do that plan.
Last night, we ate at the table:
We haven't been eating out really at all with Davan and I trying the whole gluten free thing (which, by the way, is going okay in that it isn't that hard to do, but we're not really seeing much/any difference, so I'm not convinced it's our issue, but we'll stick it out a bit longer), so we did an eating out style dinner. I actually used a little oil in making the Pad Thai and the fries were a particular craving for a certain family member. That'd be Anthony, although we all partook.
Well, not Ranger, who was a mix of hope and abject disappointment about the whole dinner affair:
I hope your Halloween is a good one!