Football, sequins, cocktails, felines and pooches….could a weekend get any better?
It seemed like such a good time to get out my Halloween decor. But Ted had other ideas in mind. Like sitting on the top of my bins, daring me with his knife-slicing gaze to remove him from his newly anointed throne.
But remove him I did and then this happened….
In all of the horrific mess, I found appropriate October stemware which called for an immediate patio party and an abrupt halt to any Halloween decorating.
And as my First Mate stopped by, we took our wine glass sayings to heart.
While hazy in all of my sheet-faced aftermath, I awoke to a photo of the two cutest Iowa Hawkeyes on the entire planet (and yes, they’re my twin niece and nephew so I’m biased but seriously. Look at them. Seriously!) on Saturday .
I tried being all cutesy in my full sequin giddy up (it was my alma matter’s homecoming after all) sending a rather harsh message to my friend cheering for the opposing team.
In the end, it was I who had to eat crow, as my Hawks lost.
But some how, some way I still enjoyed the football food….
And the moonshine shots every touchdown the Hawks scored…
And the cutest f’ing mascots on the planet…
While licking my losing wounds, I decided to introduce Tedstar to his very own mini manse, which looks fabulous in the living room of mine.
I felt it the appropriate time to gift Mr. Bear a little something as I was busy cheating on him while I dog sat for some friends.
I nestled in between my canine companions to watch a fun fairy tale of a movie…
But this is how the viewing party turned out…
When it was time to turn the lights down low for the evening, I had deep feelings of guilt in the pit of my stomach while looking at this sweet face.
Because hell hath no fury like a pissed off pussy (even if he has a new Juicy Couture, leopard fur cat cave).
I have a feeling that Ted can smell the dog scent on my freshly laundered jeans.
I also have a feeling that I may be missing an eyeball later this week due to a very sharp, feline claw.
What a way to kick off the month of Halloween…