Happy Long Weekend, everybody who is getting a long weekend like meeeeeee!!!
You’ll have to excuse me if this post barely makes as much sense as I want it to. We had a potluck at work for two women who are retiring and I think I’m going to pass out. I ate so much.
My blood is, as we speak, congealing into a cheese-like substance and my nipples are meatballs.
Jesus. No, they’re not.
I’m sorry. That barely reached the bar of what I think is good enough to post on this blog, but I’m nearing food-coma levels so meatball nipples are what you get. Welcome to how I blog!!!
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Happy Friday the 13th, lovers!!
I love any kind of creepy, superstitious day like this. I’m waiting with bated breath for Halloween. My head is swimming with all the ways I’m going to decorate my front porch. Skeletons, spiders and the spookiest pumpkins I can carve up.
Before we get into my list of spooky novels to read today, I want to share something a little personal. On July 13th, 2012, I walked into a Tim Hortons near my home and met the man I had been talking to online for three months. He had driven five hours from New York state and crossed my Canadian border (no pun intended) so that we could finally meet in person. We had been talking every day. It started through twitter, then email, then phone calls.
We were pretty sure we were in love, but you can never be 100% sure until you meet someone in person.
We’ll celebrate our five-year wedding anniversary on October 13th, at the time of writing this. Yes, the 13th.
Tonight, we’re going to celebrate the day that changed our lives with pizza and weed and watching Friday The 13th, the classic 80s horror movie. But I think everyone should be celebrating this weird and superstitious day. One way to do it would be turning out the lights and curling up with a scary AF classic horror novel, because this day deserves a little old school creepy.
Here’s my list of the top five classic horror books to read on Friday the 13th!
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