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Boo! #FunnyFriday

Welcome to October’s Funny Friday, a regular feature published on the last Friday of every month. Funny Friday is a collaborative project. Each month one of the participants submits a picture, then we all write five captions and/or thoughts inspired by that month’s picture. Links to the other bloggers’ posts are below, click on them and see what they have come up with. I hope we bring a smile to your face as you start your weekend.

Here is today’s picture. It was submitted by Karen of Baking In A Tornado.





1. There's a person in them thar threads.
2. Do it yourself ghost kit.
3. Mom to son: You can come out. You have sunscreen on. Son to mom: No. It's bright out there. Mom to son: Well, it is daytime. Son to mom: I'll come out at night. Mom to son: Okay, Dracula.
4. SPF Level 1000.
5. See this, just makes me want to go to the beach, or dive into a pool!! It is actually starting to get a bit chilly here, so neither of those options, are the best idea, but it is nice to take a mental v…

Daddy's Girl #UseYourWords

Welcome to October's Use Your Words challenge. Here is how it works: each participating blogger submits four to six words or short phrases, for another blogger to craft into a post. The post can be about anything, as long as each word is used at least once. The words are assigned randomly, so no blogger knows who gets the words the submitted, and have no clue which words they will receive, until they are assigned the words. The bloggers can interpret the words into any kind of post they want, and the posts are usually quite unique.




My words are:
blueberry ~ fantastic ~ love ~ scared ~ zoo
It was submitted by: http://theblogging911.com/blog

Since I received the phone call, from the Sheriff, telling me my father had passed away, I have done so much reflecting on life. Thinking about my dad. Thinking about our life together. Thinking about my life apart from him. Really, just a lot of thinking. I have also been doing a lot of crying. Thankfully, not all of the tears have been sad. Some h…