In the spirit of Halloween, Mike and I decided to do the Niagara-On-The-Lake Ghost Walk around the town. We arrived a couple hours early and first had dinner at The Irish Harp. Yum. We’ve never been disappointed with their food. We wandered around the town after we ate, and visited the few stores that were still open after 7:00. Fortunately, the candy store was open until 8:00. We drooled as we admired the walls of sugar surrounding us. Then Mike found the gourmet jelly beans:
One of the tour guides is a retired co-worker. It was great to see him again. He did a fabulous time being our spook guide. There were 14 of us in our group. The tour is a walk around the town for about an hour and a half. The history of the area is amazing and apparently full of spooks! Very interesting ghost stories, told in a spooktacular fashion. Here is one of the homes that has it’s own ghost:
See anything in the pic?
The walk was great and certainly recommended!
Last weekend, I did the annual leafectomy of my mother’s gutters:
I love the gloves she gave me. Geesh:
And in this pic, it looks like my head is smoking:
It looks like the nice weather is gone for the year. It looks like this weekend isn’t going to be too pleasant. I don’t think there will be a sunset like this:
Or waking up to joyous Toronto, glistening in the sun:
On a bright note, even if the weather is gloomy, I still have these sunshines to wake up to:
Pile of cute!
Today’s symptoms: Felt pretty cruddy starting in the afternoon. I was in bed soon after work and into the evening. I don’t think I’m coming down with anything, just having a bunch of MS symptoms (bad fatigue, headache, nerve pain and just all over blahs. I hoping tomorrow is going to be much better!