At five a.m. I was awakened this morning to the melodious sounds of Riley vomiting. Yippee! So exciting. Puke sucks. Some how I still managed to get to church at nine on time. I only brought Zach with me, though. You'd think he could be reverent during Sacrament Meeting since he was all alone, but no. He was just way, way more bored. After I got home, we took his temperature. It was 101.3. Kaleb's was higher. He wins. 101.8. Then I played farmville because Kurtis went into this big, long explanation about why we get a fever. I didn't really feel like my attention span was that long. It's really quite short for being an adult and all.
Because today is my most favorite holiday, and we made the choice not to trick-or-treat today, I wanted to do something fun. I made mummy pizzas for dessert. They are so easy. You just take Rhodes dough, let it thaw, and then squish it into individual pizza sizes. I used the Texas rolls, but they were still pretty small. I ate two, but I probably shouldn't have. I've been eating way too much candy. After dinner, I made caramel apples while belting songs from the Wicked soundtrack. They're in the fridge, and Kaleb wouldn't eat his dinner, so he doesn't get one. Maybe I will be in a better mood tomorrow, and let him have a bite. I really doubt it if he doesn't eat his dinner. It's getting old. He didn't want to eat last night either. We had to tell him he wouldn't be able to go trick-or-treating if he didn't eat. He ate the three more bites, but he sure didn't finish his soup. Arg.
So this year, we have a Union Soldier, a bleeding Scream, and a skeleton. Kaleb didn't wear the mask trick-or-treating. It was a challenge just getting him to put it on for the pictures. Weird. It's the best part of the costume!
This is the beautiful site I saw as we went up the street. The clouds are surrounding the top of the mountain, so you can't see it. Gorgeous.
One of the neighbor's houses we hit.
Kaleb has almost reached his limit here. But it wasn't quite dark yet when I took him back.
Mummy Pizzas! These aren't done, yet. By the time they were done, the cheese was all melted together, and didn't quite look so awesome.
Making caramel apples.
Dancing through life...