October was a busy month! We bought a new car. My husband’s ’04 WRX had over 370,000 miles on it and had to be put out to pasture. It was on it’s second engine, but everything else was worn out! Within the next year, he will reach the point of having logged a million miles in Subarus! LOVE them!
our new Subaru Crosstrek
I also went to Las Vegas for a weekend with my daughter to celebrate her 21st birthday. She turned 21 back in September. We have been through a lot together, especially over the last decade. She is a type 1 diabetic; life is not always easy. It’s a very challenging disease to live with 24/7. So, we thought it was a great occasion to get a little over the top and celebrate her birthday!
We have both tired of telling this story, but….so we got tickets to see Billy Idol. She has always been a fan since she was a kid. No idea why….she also bought a Meet and Greet ticket! Let’s just say that didn’t go as planned. Some nit wit (this is the G rated version) a couple of people ahead of my daughter (who was about 6th in line out of 100) decided to try to KISS BILLY!! That ended with him freaking out, swearing and storming off, cancelling the M&G and threatening to cancel the show! Some people just can’t follow the rules!! After a lot of waiting and chaos over a couple of hours, we arrived at our table. The offending fan was eventually taken away by security. The concert was GREAT. Excellent venue, super staff and a great show. It wasn’t exactly the experience she had dreamed of, but not many of us get to see a rock star freak out from five feet away! Now that is a memory!!
October has been rainy…very rainy. I thought I was being premature complaining about it until I read that this October has been the RAINIEST on record in the Seattle area. (about 10 inches) We tend to get a bit more rain here in the mountains, so no wonder it’s been getting to me!!! Every day is wet and dark. Every day is wet and dark. Did you hear me? Every day is WET and DARK!! Gotta think snow….there is some up high. Hopefully, November will be white!
Mae and I wish you all a very happy month ahead. Hope your days are dry and bright!