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Here are my completed fill-ins for this week:
1. One Halloween, I dressed as a hobo. I was ten years old. I wore scruffy clothes and had a bandana stuffed with things and tied on a stick. It was a lot of fun to be opposite to the fancy costumes of my younger years. Earlier, I had gone as a bride, a nurse, and even an elaborate gypsy. I never dressed as anything scary. Of course, I have dressed as cats, and bats, though.
2. My favorite comedian is one that is intelligent, as well as funny. I am an avid fan of Monty Python. “The Holy Grail” is still one of my very favorite movies, and was the first actual date of Bill & I. I loved George Carlin and his sharp wit. I loved Gene Wilder and his easy humour. I loved Gilda Radner, Bill Murray, Martin Short, Molly Shannon, Will Ferrell, among other SNL comedians. I also love Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Alex Borstein, Nicole Sullivan, Mo Collins, and the original Mad TV group. Humour is an important part of life. I have a dry "Far Side" sense of humour, with a bit of sharp wit. But, I have a silly side that I rely on daily. I am really a dork.
3. My scariest Halloween was a dark and stormy night…seriously! I was home alone as a teen. We lived in a townhouse where the windows were mostly uncovered. I was afraid to go downstairs, where I could possibly be seen through the sheer, open curtains. But, I was afraid to stay upstairs where I may be trapped if someone broke in! (That “Thump-Drag” story haunted me from youthful campfire nights. Oh, yikes.)
4. The Taffy Apple is my favourite Halloween treat. I have always associated this with both Halloween and Autumn, and I still do. I have many fond memories of Taffy Apple Day in grade school. It was a special day when I was a very little girl growing up in Chicago. Taffy apples have sure come a long way!
~Every reward is the fruit of discipline,
of dedication, and of sacrifices.
And of stubbornness.
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