Today I woke up very happy. I had a great night sleep which I swear makes all the difference in the world when you're chronically ill. If you can't sleep at night and wake up every couple minutes or hours in pain or sick and it sucks. But today, I woke up excited for Halloween. I'm excited because Halloween signifies a chance when kids get to be something other than they are. Kids are naturally pure, simple, happy and innately good. Halloween gives them a chance to be something that they're completely not. They can be monstrous, be characters and I just think it's fun because they're having fun.
I can actually move my hips today. That's amazing that makes me happy. Hopefully it stays that way.
Today I have to buy candy for the neighborhood kids. You know they'll be all over our house. The dogs are acting crazy, like they know what is to come. Every time the door bell will ring they will go insane. To answer your question, no I did not get them costumes.
This morning I am deep in thought- reflective. I guess that's how I normally am, I don't know why. I think about all the things around me and everything that I wish could be different. But-I also think about all the things that I'm so happy for and I always realize that I'm so blessed. My health may suck but everything else around me is absolutely amazing.
The world is a beautiful place. And even though my body sucks i'm still happy to be on this thing we call earth. I read a quote this morning that said you have to get through hell to get to heaven, and I completely agree. Right now I'm going through hell, but heaven will be completely worth it.
So as I bring my thoughts for the day full circle, I deduce that many children living their wonderful lives choose hellish creatures to portray for Halloween. I guess we all have a fascination with the dichotomy that is good and evil.