I swear Google, my phone, and my computer read my thoughts. I'll be thinking about something, not a recent search or purchase, just thinking about it, not even saying anything about it out loud, and darned if it doesn't pop up on my computer or phone shortly after I've thought about it! How do they know me better than my family?
Let's say that I've been thinking about going to Tennessee. I haven't mentioned it to anyone else at all. I haven't conducted any searches about this possible travel. It's just completely in my head. Then all of a sudden, my Facebook ads start coming up with hotels in Tennessee, things to see and do in Tennessee, Rental car companies in Tennessee. And so on, and so on. How does Google know my thoughts? It's kinda creepy!
So... Halloween is in less than 2 weeks. How many of you still take your kids out trick-or-treating? What about trunk-or-treat? How old do you think is too old to continue trick-or-treating? Is there an alternative?
We used to have good neighbors. The three I am thinking of all had kids the same age, or very close to it. We used to have block parties with them. They would do face painting, games, food, trick-or-treating as a group, and anyone was welcome to join in. If it was raining, we would play indoor games until the rain would let up. Two of the three neighbors have now moved away and our kids are all grown. Such great memories!
Nothing like a good pun to make me chuckle!
Whippersnappers, take this!
|This cracked me up!|
And last, but not least...
|Awww. Do you know how to spell tacocat backwards? Tacocat!|