It was a very BIG week around here. Started off Monday with a play date with a friend I met last year. We have been trying to get back together for a couple of months, but sometimes it’s hard. Challenging enough making time for your spouse. It takes some serious strategic planning to pull a naughty afternoon off. Bribes and threats are sometimes required to get the cooperation needed. Cunnilingus, I mean being cunning is required. Monday we finally made it happen. Lunch at Costa Vida. I had the sweet pork tacos. She had a chicken one and a sweet pork one. We shared chips and salsa. Then off to a Hotel, travel bag with the double ended dildo and the strap on. Four hours of play later went way too fast. There were orgasms. Really, really good orgasms. I definitely don’t want to wait months for a repeat. She is so good with her tongue. At 6 pm we met our husbands for dinner at Texas Roadhouse and had quite the appetite. Scissoring is a great workout.
Sadly, I ended up with a head cold on Tuesday morning. Not good timing with the Annual Halloween Event on Thursday. I hit the essential oils hard. Miraculously, between the essential oils and sheer will I was feeling better by Wednesday evening. I didn’t even leave the house Tuesday. Wednesday I made it to the Barn and spent some time in the Sauna and had a massage. Spent most of the afternoon in front of a fireplace. The cat loves that.
Thursday morning, Halloween Day. Volunteers arrived for decorating at 8 am. Had some muffins, juice and hot chocolate ready. Then it was Game Time. Wrapped up early afternoon and had enough time to get ready for the Party.
Every year we have a cauldron of Rootbeer on dry ice, also known as Witch’s Brew.
The Witch’s Dance was indoors this year as the weather has been very cold. The evening was broke down into phases. From 6-9 pm was the Ghost Hours for the kids. Some of the activities were a Candy Scavenger Hunt. Ghost Tour, The Runway where judges awarded some great prizes to our winners of the best costumes. Catered dinner with some food that may have been hazardous to your health. We had tees and a Photo Booth.
From 9-11 pm was the Goblin Hours for teens. Many of the families with younger children were leaving by then. During this time was the Monster Mash, the arcade, bowling and laser tag. This year’s movie in the Theater was the Sixth Sense.
At 11 pm began the Night of the Dead. Karaoke and the Sports Bar was open. At midnight we went to the East Lawn for a Witch Burning. It was quite decadent. Wrapped up the evening lighting the Barn. The Jar raised $1134 for the Foundation and our Sponsors matched. It was a successful night with 200 families joining us over the evening.
This year I went as a scary witch and wow did the designer nail the costume. Kids were actually frightened, some adults as well. it was crazy. So much fun wrapped into one evening. I love the vintage coloration. It looks like an old photograph.
Friday morning after cleanup had lunch at Red Robin with the volunteers. Watched a Jazz game Friday with Keith. It was a nice night. Saturday morning was our youngest sons last Flag Football game. It was a cold sunny morning. The team and parents went to Chuck-A-Rama after for lunch.
Saturday afternoon we left for Logan and the BYU/Utah State game. Arrived about 5 pm and met our kids that came up from Provo at the Blue Bird. If you have been to Logan you know this restaurant on Main Street. Enjoyed dinner and shakes with the kids and their friends and grabbed some treats to take home.
The game was a bit of a surprise. The weather was cold but no wind. Thankfully it wasn’t raining either like two weeks ago in Provo. Had thermals and layers on and out Royal Blue gear. By the fourth quarter the temp was getting really cold as BYU completed the beat down. I think the Aggie fans were in shock. Was fun watching the mass exodus with about 9 minutes left. I didn’t think they would stick around that long but I guess they thought they might come back. I love staying and celebrating with the team at away games. Here they are celebrating getting the Wagon Wheel back. May it stay in Provo for years to come. The kids and their friends followed us back to Idaho Falls. Got in a little after 2 am. I slept most of the way. I was so tired and didn’t help much telling their friends where to bunk down. I guess they managed. No one was up this morning till after 10 am. Keith had Bishopric meetings and I started on a big dinner. Chicken Enchiladas. Dinner was pretty fantastic I’ll admit. It has been nice having our son and daughter at home. They will be heading out soon for the trek back to Provo.