Monday, October 30, 2006

Few posts this month, little breaks, Halloween already...

School's been quite hectic lately, and I just had a visit from my Mom...And I've been hanging out lately...Robbie had a reading for his book that came out in Sepember, at The Half King on W. 23rd, where I learned about megachurches...I also learned that Tammy Faye Baker and Jim Baker's son has a church at Pete's Candy Store in Brooklyn on Sunday that's non-denominational, trying to break away from his My Mom spent some time trying to get me to join the United Methodist Women's Church...She said they have a prime piece of property right in front of the U.N. building with a big eye in the front of it...Hmmm....Not for me...All this talk of churches balanced out by a bit of Halloween...Friday, I hung out in Greenpoint and Bushwick with Boston heads, the train ride home was excruciatingly long...Saturday I went to Sunset Park for a school chum's son's (born on Halloween) two year birthday party...They played that cruel, cruel chair game where a chair keeps getting taken out as everyone tries to sit first.... And also pin the acorn sticker on the pumpkin's nose game (like pin the tail on the donkey)...She had cooked up some of the best Puerto Rican food I've had in a long while...then headed out to the West Village to Tracy's vet clinic where there was a fog machine, alcohol brimming over the surgery table and nice people, Ollie, the dog was dressed as Gorton's Fisherman minus the slicker...there were horror movies playing in all the surveillance cameras...Tracy and Joan dressed as Gomes and Morticia...I wish I had taken flicks...Happy Halloween!

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