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It's almost the weekend. This week has been the absolute longest of my life. Hey, guess what- This weekend is Halloween! That means-costume debut!(actually, I already debuted my costume at my Senior/Ambassador Girl Scout party. They liked it. They kept stealing my lightsaber and trying to hit people with it. I forgot that playing with lightsabers is actually a rare occurrence to some people.)
But, this weekend is my church's Halloween fair. And given the size of my church, there will be a lot of people there, hopefully in costume. I'll take pictures! I'm still trying to figure out how to show you a picture of my costume without showing my face. Maybe I'll just put a censor bar or something on it.

Also, I'm playing keyboard in the church band! I'm not that nervous-it's just that I'm not used to playing in a band, where you get the chord letter and you have to improvise.
I'm totally going to get it, though.

Amaranthine

NaNo starts Monday. I have my outline/character sheet. I'm ready.

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  1. First off, I'm liking the new background. I think it fits the blog best.

    Also, I can't wait to see the finished product on your costume. You could always Photoshop Offee's face onto your own! :D

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  2. Ehh that's funny.
    How come you haven't posted anything new??

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  3. Oh yeah. I had three tests all this past week, and I just started a new job, so suffice to say, I've been pretty busy. Hopefully, I'll be able to find the time to actually post something soon. :)

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  4. This is a pretty background!!!!!!!!!!
    My church is having a trunk or treat tomorrow and my family is having our car in the theme of "Jesus, King of Kings and Lord of Lords". I'm dressing up as a princess (not Leia, though).
    I'm looking forward to seeing pictures of your costume!

    ~Endor

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