*My prediction that none of the students in my class who partook of the Trick-or-Treating festivities in their community last night would bring me a peanut butter cup today was a little bit off. One lone student presented me with a shopping bag full of candy and offered me a piece of the loot.
*Unfortunately, this offer came at 8:30 in the morning and I wasn't really in the mood. By the time my chocolate cravings woke up, he'd pretty much demolished everything except the fruit-flavored candy and what is the point in that?????
*The comma isn't working well on my keyboard. I love commas and use them frequently, even when the sentence does not actually require it. This is a problem.
*It would be nice if I had a new computer. That would solve my comma issues quite handily. I do not have a new computer.
*I do, however, have the name of the second-in-command at the tech. department. Thus, even with the director on vacation and temporarily out of my reach, there is someone to whom I can direct my daily hate-filled emails which express my displeasure over my new laptop not having been delivered yet.
*Note: The fact that the computer has not actually been delivered has not deterred the school department from deducting my monthly payments from my meager wages every two weeks. I don't need commas to write hate-filled emails when my check is being tampered with and I have no new computer.
*I stood at the grocery store for ten full minutes in the candy aisle trying to decide on a treat for the kids who probably won't visit tonight. (if you don't buy candy, they come in droves) I had to find something that wouldn't tempt my sweet tooth but was acceptable enough to the little monsters that they wouldn't egg my car. Tricky...
*I went with Tootsie Rolls. If you told me right now that I could never, ever eat another Tootsie Roll, I could still die happy.
*This doesn't mean I still won't eat them tomorrow for breakfast.
*Look! Here are two of the coolest things ever!!! Maybe I should have said, "warmest..."