Posting the final post of October 2011. I'm still deciding whether to join NaBloPoMo for November, the biggest month. I haven't seemed to get much increased traffic from participating, but maybe I'm not as active as I would need to be to really reap the benefits?
Part of the challenge is that there doesn't seem to be a "good fit" category for my non-Niche blog. It would probably best fit in a "trying to conceive" category right now. Either that, or a dating/relationship category, but neither of those seem to exist. Just "Family" and "General" and "Niche," but Niches seems to Nichey for my blog. lol
Anyway, on to this final October post.
So I ended up giving some candy out tonight, though I hadn't planned on it, because my housemate got back earlier than I expected and sort of encouraged me (encouraged me and then left to go out to dinner, but it still worked). And also I ended up being home during the prime hours and happened to find a bag of Hershey's kisses and some other candy and pencils left over from teaching to add to the mix.
We don't get many trick-or-treaters anyway, so my measly loot lasted until a little after 8 p.m., at which time I turned off the porch light and blew out the pumpkin.
The smaller kids who came early on were the cutest: little princesses and animal babies with shy, barely heard, "trick or treat"s. Because they hadn't yet learned procedure, some of them said it in tandem with knocking, which was too cute.
In other (ttc) news - sorry for TMI and I won't be offended if you stop reading here - I saw some tannish color on the tissue earlier this evening. It's only 2-3 dpo so it can't possibly be implantation bleeding, right? Has anyone else experienced this? I've never had this happen so early in my cycle. So I'm somewhat befuddled, but trying to just forget about it and chalk it up to hormones or stress or something.
I teach tomorrow so will be going to bed at the semi-ridiculously early hour of 10 or 10:30 p.m. tonight. I hope the little devils are kind to me again this week! At least I have an hour and a half lunch this cycle, so I have a Vietnamese lunch with my Teaching Assistant to look forward to, in between periods of cramming in a career interest assessment that should really take twice as long as the timeframe we are given.