It has still been very warm here overall, although there was some rollercoaster dips into actual chillier temps. You know, 40 in the morning and then nearly 90 in the afternoon. Enough to provide some proof that October did deliver.
This month we began listening to our newest shared audio book for our car rides, the creepy and disturbing 1970-ish novel This Perfect Day by Ira Levin. I also enjoyed reading Walden on Wheels and listening to the Goodbye, Things audio book.
We’ve begun preparing for our out-of-state move early next year so there’s an abundance of random to-do’s. In the mini, I changed my weekly layout to two-days-on-a-page for now. This format is working particularly well at this time, since this is my personal-life planner and we have more of our-life to-do’s slated for the weekend. The extra spot for notes by the weekend works nicely for that. And it allows room for the doodles I’ve scribbled lately. (I just remind myself it’s not an art competition and no one is judging).
The somewhat indiscernible doodles the October monthly page include some creepy crawlies and a cauldron of eyeball stew. On a weekday sheet, there’s a tiny crockpot and cilantro on a day I had some black beans and rice slow-cooking in the kitchen. Not to be confused with eyeball stew.
I hope you’re having a super-fun and happy Halloween! 🎃 🙀 👻 🍬 🎃
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