Six Sentence Monday: Entry #8

There are so many thoughts duking it out for acknowledgement in my head. It’s almost overwhelming. I am thinking about how to maximize the education my children receive, and how to make sure I am spending enough quality time with my aging parents. Also, I am considering my options as I look to re-enter the workforce, prepare to sell an old car, and schedule time with friends. Then, there is the upcoming weekend schedule. As we near Halloween there is much to ponder: costumes, decorations, candy, class parties, pre-holiday fun, and the best route for trick-o-treating this year.

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An Interview With Frankenstein

Promotional photo of Boris Karloff from The Br...
Promotional photo of Boris Karloff from The Bride of Frankenstein as Frankenstein’s monster. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

At school, my daughter Issa had an exclusive interview with Frankenstein. She asked him how he feels about being associated with monsters and Halloween. In her words, here’s what she learned …

Frankenstein is scared of Halloween. He is scared of things like Vampire bats and spiders and pirates. Witches fly around his head. He doesn’t like that. He doesn’t like the monster sounds. Candy makes him sick to his stomach. Frankenstein wishes there was no Halloween.