Because the book traumatized me! These silhouettes were in these windows last year, and I’m happy to see them back. Although the scariness is still too real for me. I was 17 when Roe V. Wade was decided, so when I read the book, it was almost too soon. And here we are, back again. And they’re back again! I can’t take it! (But great job, great Halloween display.)
The first Halloween decorations I spotted in my neighborhood. I also noticed how spectacularly beautiful this building is. In one of my books I wrote about feeling like the Little Match Girl sometimes, seeing how some people live. This is one of those places! That said, there are certainly a lot worse things than being a poor person in this neighborhood. I’m lucky!
There is no way to announce this calmly!! I mean, OH MY GOD. The Nobel FREAKING Prize!! I’ve posted proudly about my cousin before, but NOW. I couldn’t stop screaming when I first heard. I could barely breathe. MY COUSIN HAS WON THE NOBEL PRIZE!!! In medicine!!!! Holy shit!! Congratulations, Bill!!