During the evenings are best to interact with me personally. Normally, I spend all night and morning creating these blogs. You may even catch me at night, while blogging at the same time. It's really a matter of TIMING. Enjoy!
|Posted by Anna H. on November 19, 2017 at 4:25 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? How did you enjoy yesterday's Song Saturday blog? We now have ONLY 4 more days until Thanksgiving. Today's Cartoon Sunday blog before Thanksgiving is a major contrast from yesterday's Song Saturday blog.
If you personally know me or at least paid attention to the home page and content on It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns, then you already know or SHOULD know that I have a dark sense of humor. The content in today's blog is living proof of it.
Don't let that child friendly-looking illustration above fool you. The animated short, Talkin' Turkey Talks Thanksgiving is not "child friendly." This darkly humorous short comes from The Jackal Group.
About 2 weeks or so ago, I discovered Talkin' Turkey Talks Thanksgiving through the YouTube channel, AOK. Without a doubt, AOK's content is meant for adult viewers.
On their channel, they claim to be "the home to hilarious topical animations and live action comedy sketches poking fun at everything from politics to pop culture."
When I originally watched Talkin' Turkey Talks Thanksgiving on YouTube, I could not help laughing. Last night, I re-watched this short, while drinking Spearmint Tea and almost did a so-called "spit take."
If you happen to be a proud Vegan or a Vegetarian-eating, "Animal Rights Activist" and is easily "triggered" by political incorrectness, you may find this educational yet darkly humorous animated short to be offensive.
Talkin' Turkey Talks Thanksgiving is violent, which was why I said it is NOT "child friendly." However, you CAN check out an older Cartoon Sunday blog.
While watching Talkin' Turkey Talks Thanksgiving for today's Cartoon Sunday, I highly recommend not eating or drinking anything. You could do a spit take.
Talkin' Turkey Talks Thanksgiving (2016)
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|Posted by Anna H. on November 18, 2017 at 7:25 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Can you believe that Thanksgiving Day is in ONLY 5 more days?! It was JUST November 1st! Now, it is the 18th. As you already know, Christmas will be here, soon. No, this is not a Christmas-themed blog.
I want to refrain from the holiday and other holidays, until next month. Once it turned Halloween, my local CBS news showed Christmas Trees being chopped.
Like I said in the past, I LOVE Christmas. However, I am not in a rush to celebrate the holiday. Neither is any other average person, who celebrates Christmas. Advertisers already advertise Christmas Sales in both July and in December.
Why should Christmas Day constantly be exploited and advertised before and after Halloween, Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving?
Let everyone enjoy all the other holidays before and after Christmas, for the LOVE of everything. We just celebrated Veterans Day last Saturday! Now, we are preparing for Thanksgiving.
Rather than relaxing, while reflecting on what they are truly thankful for in their lives, most families today will finish binge eating Thanksgiving Dinner to bum-rush each other on the streets for Gray Thursday and Black Friday Sales.
Otherwise, there are those divisive family members always instigating family feuds about politics, religion, in-laws, etc. Those are the types of family members, that generally make celebrating the holidays insufferable for others.
If I had it my way, I would have a PEACEFUL Thanksgiving Dinner with my family, eat desserts, drink sparkling cider, eggnog, turn on Charlie Brown's Thanksgiving Specials, and sleep.
Speaking of the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Specials, I am sharing the theme song from A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. Vince Guaraldi composed the theme song in 1973.
Yes, I know this is different from the usual Song Saturday blog. It is difficult trying to find songs with a Thanksgiving theme.
Then again, you already know that Thanksgiving is always shafted for Gray Thursday, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Christmas Day. If I had more time this November, I would've done another Thanksgiving Music Playlist for Song Saturday.
In case you missed the previous Thanksgiving blogs for Song Saturday, click on the following blog links.
Since Thanksgiving is only 5 days away and because I still enjoy watching Charlie Brown Specials as an adult, here is that classic theme song from A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving for this festive Song Saturday.
Vince Guaraldi Trio "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Theme Song" Peanuts Greatest Hits 
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|Posted by Anna H. on November 12, 2017 at 6:40 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Because we were celebrating my grandmother's 77th birthday, I published Song Saturday 2 days ago. Yesterday we celebrated her 77th birthday at Red Lobster for lunch. Hopefully, MORE people remembered to thank veterans for their services, while celebrating Veterans Day.
Aside from celebrating Veterans Day yesterday, it's Cartoon Sunday. This animated short I'm sharing with you today was a short I meant to share last Sunday. The Face Shop is a Dark Comedy Animated Short created by Noella Borie.
Originally, The Face Shop was Borie's thesis film meant for children in May 2010. It's about the 11-year-old boy, Neil who has no face. Neil's monster friend, Manny takes him to a face shop so that he can find himself a suitable face.
When I watched The Face Shop a few weeks ago, it reminded me of the 3D Stop-Motion Dark Fantasy Horror film, Coraline.
Coraline  Fan Made Trailer (2014)
In case you have never watched Coraline, it was based on the Children's Dark Fantasy novella by Neil Gaiman; If you never watched Coraline, I highly recommend doing so. You will see some of The Face Shop's similarities.
Even though Coraline and The Face Shop were meant for children, adults can be easily attracted to both. This is especially if you are a fellow Gothic Horror fan.
Not only did I notice that the illustrations for Noella Borie's The Face Shop looks very similar to Coraline, but it also looks abstract enough to pass as a potential animated short for Adult Swim.
Don't believe me? Watch Borie's graphically disturbing yet abstract Dark Comedy Animated Short for yourself.
Noella Borie's The Face Shop (2010)
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|Posted by Anna H. on November 10, 2017 at 6:35 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? If you were on It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns on February 18, 2017, you should remember that I published a Song Saturday blog featuring the '80s Metal band, Dokken.
I would've published this 2nd blog about Dokken last Thursday but like I already said, I was still recovering from barfing up my lungs 4 times on Halloween.
What was so significant about last Thursday?
November 2,1987 was the day that Dokken's 4th album, Back For The Attack released in stores; Last Thursday was the 30th anniversary of their Back For The Attack album. I cannot believe it has been 30 years!
The fact that I was only 4 years old, when Dokken's theme song for the 3rd A Nightmare On Elm Street film ("Dream Warriors") released, and that I was in kindergarten, when Back For The Attack released, makes me feel old.
3 decades?! Wow! Where has the time gone?! Shouldn't I be older than 35? Honestly, it feels that way. My love for music had influence over me wanting to host my own radio show and becoming a disk jockey. By 20 years old, it came to fruition.
Looking back, I really should've aired some of Dokken's songs on my radio show. Then again, I don't think their songs would've attracted many college students, during the early 21st Century. However, my audience was male-dominated,15 years ago.
Years later, it STILL is male-dominated. Therefore, I could've aired Dokken and other bands from the 1980's and '90s. Listeners would've listened to my show, regardless.
After digging up the previous Song Saturday blog about Dokken's Back For The Attack album, I made some minor changes. The music videos for "Dream Warriors," "Burning Like A Flame," and "Heaven Sent" are still in the previous blog.
Meanwhile, Dokken's "Mr. Scary" from Back For The Attack was featured as a bonus song for that particular Song Saturday blog. Last night, I transferred "Mr. Scary" for today's early Song Saturday blog.
It was mentioned earlier this year in my previous Song Saturday blog, that "Mr. Scary" was a guitar solo by George Lynch and Jeff Pilson. On the band's Back For The Attack album, "Mr. Scary" is the 6th song, which happens to be the song after "Heaven Sent."
You may be wondering, "Anna, why didn't you share 'Mr. Scary' in a Song Saturday blog last month?"
There are only so many Saturdays in a month. If I could've, I would've re-shared the song.
Although, re-sharing it today is more fitting, since Dokken's Back For The Attack recently turned 30. "Mr. Scary" has Classic '80s Guitar Solo written all over it.
Without a doubt, Dokken is by far 1 of the most highly UNDERRATED Metal bands from the 1980's.
Even though Dokken's Back For The Attack was heavily promoted 30 years ago for A Nightmare On Elm Street: Dream Warriors, it is sad that they NEVER received the same amount of praise as other '80s Metal bands.
In case you missed the last Song Saturday blog featuring Dokken earlier this year, click on the following link as a throwback.
In the meantime, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dokken's Back For The Attack, let's revisit "Mr. Scary" for not only an early Song Saturday, but also as a throwback!
Dokken "Mr. Scary" Back For The Attack (1987)
|Posted by Anna H. on November 9, 2017 at 3:55 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Compared to last week, I have been feeling MUCH better. For those who may have missed the previous blog, you can read it HERE.
The blog in the link above explains how I spent Halloween and there are updates, in regards to my website's content on Webs.com. It appears that It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns will be stuck here on Webs a little longer.
Since last week, I have been dabbling with other website builders. While dabbling with other site builders, I managed to stumble upon another blog, that I published days before Halloween 2013.
Have you ever listened to that song by the Industrial Metal band, Ministry? Even though Halloween was on last Tuesday, if you love the holiday and happen to be a fellow Goth and/ Horror fan, everyday is like Halloween.
Today's Throwback Thursday blog was a blog I published, during the early stages of managing It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns, while still blogging on Blogster 4 years ago. It was literally 2 days before I also stopped working for my uncle.
Years before I started blogging again, I heard different Hollywood actors narrating Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven. Then, I shared this rare gem in a blog on October 27, 2013 for readers, viewers, and listeners.
Let's revisit Christopher Walken's narration of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven for today's Throwback Thursday. Click on the link below and you will be directed to that blog.
|Posted by Anna H. on November 5, 2017 at 7:40 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Did you enjoy your Halloween? Hopefully your Halloween went much better than mine. Unfortunately, I did NOT have the opportunity to enjoy the holiday.
Instead of celebrating Halloween, I did chores as usual. However, I honestly did not expect to have such a brutal sinus headache.
Throughout the day and night of Halloween, it felt as if someone was crushing my skull on both sides. This was because I did not take my Zyrtec and because of the dampness in the air.
Whenever it rains or snows or is about to do so, my sinuses start bothering me. Eating and drinking hot and spicy foods and beverages are my normal rituals for sinuses. This includes sleeping with the heating pad on my head and face.
In order for the heat from it to loosen the tension in both my face and head, I normally rotate where to apply the heating pad. Also, gargling with Cool Mint Listerine helps.
Cool Mint Listerine helps to open my nasal passage because the alcohol is so strong. This last time, nothing I did helped nurse my sinuses. I even lost my appetite after eating 1/2 my Turkey Sandwich.
After eating only 1/2 my Turkey Sandwich for a late afternoon lunch, I started feeling nauseated. I thought making a sandwich would curb my hunger, until dinner. I ended up not eating dinner.
Between the sinus headache and nausea, I refrained from heating frozen shrimp for dinner and chewed on Dentyne Ice Gum. Mint gum typically settles my stomach. It failed last Tuesday.
An hour after I finished watching Fresh Off The Boat, I raced to our bathroom and puked turquoise. Yes, you read that correctly. Turquoise. Turquoise is only 1 of my favorite colors.
Why was the vomit turquoise?
I gargled with Cool Mint Listerine and was chewing Dentyne Ice Gum. That was round 1.
Then, my youngest aunt boiled some water for me to make Hot Lemonade. While watching MTV Classic 3 hours later, I took my thyroid pill. Literally a few minutes after taking the pill, I ran to our bathroom again for rounds 2, 3, and 4. I had not barfed that much, since 13 years ago!
In April 2004, I was still in college and had a torturous oral extraction done on a wisdom tooth. My oral surgeon prescribed me Oxycodone. Oxycodone is 5 times stronger than Hydro.
Regardless, I cannot take any oral medication with codeine in it. To paint you a pretty little picture, imagine a college student vomiting from alcohol poisoning. THAT'S how sick I was from taking Oxycodone in 2004.
Even though I haven't taken any oral medications with codeine in them for more than a decade, I puked like I did, last Tuesday night. My throat, diaphragm, waist, lungs, and arms were sore on the inside, after all 4 rounds of upchucking.
In fact, I was sore all week. It hurt to laugh at anything because vomiting from such a brutal sinus headache took a huge toll on me physically. Compared to last week, I am feeling much better.
Meanwhile, I am having a difficulty deciding what to do with my content. You may have noticed, that I changed the scenery for the next 26 days. At the same time, Webs' service has been terrible this year, including these last 4 months.
You cannot help noticing that the main page is still displaying blogs, that I published weeks ago when I have published many other blogs within the past week or so. Many customers are furious with Webs and their tech support.
Lately, I have been contemplating if I should relocate all these blogs from Webs to Blogger. If you have been subscribed to me within the last year or so, you already know that Blogger is my alternate site, whenever Webs has server issues.
Hypothetically speaking, if I ever converted my Blogger page into being my new website, I would have to import ALL 500+ blogs and other content to Blogger.
Do you have any idea how much more time it would take for me to relocate everything to Blogger?
Granted, I would probably generate MORE traffic on Blogger. Although, the transfer would be extremely tedious and time consuming. I would probably lose some of the content, that I slaved away on for countless hours, throughout these last 4 grueling years.
If it is not necessary, I really don't want to relocate everything. Therefore, I will try doing a little more experimenting with Blogger before coming to a final decision. In the meantime...
|Posted by Anna H. on October 31, 2017 at 6:20 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Today is that special day. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!! Do you have any special plans for the official holiday? Other than publishing today's blog, the only real plans I will probably have are the usual chores, maybe re-watching Charlie Brown (if it comes back on ABC tonight), and sleeping in.
Yesterday, I watched Tokyo Ghoul: PINTO in Japanese. PINTO is the 2nd prequel and OVA for Tokyo Ghoul. I would've shared the trailer today, but I had no luck finding it in English or Japanese.
Much like Tokyo Ghoul: Jack, PINTO is a prequel with characters, which have major significance to the protagonist, Ken Kaneki. Tokyo Ghoul: PINTO is mostly a prequel about Shuu Tsukiyama as a teenager.
In the OVA, viewers have the chance to watch Tsukiyama as an affluent and ruthless ghoul in high school, while a human classmate tags along and snaps pictures of him.
Aside from watching Tokyo Ghoul's 2nd OVA, I watched the historical biography, Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive on PBS, last night. After watching Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive last night, my feelings about Poe have somewhat changed.
Last week, I updated and archived blogs from 2016. Today I archived blogs from THIS October. In case you missed any blogs from the last few weeks, click on the following links:
If you click on every link, you will surely have plenty to read, watch, and listen to which is always a positive for those visiting.
You may recall that it was difficult for me to choose between sharing Siouxsie And The Banshees And The Misfits for Song Saturday, last week. Since I shared Siouxsie last Saturday, and considering that today IS Halloween, it would not hurt to share Glenn Danzig's Horror-Punk band, The Misfits for today.
With that being said, I will leave you with The Misfits' "Halloween I" and "Halloween II."
The Misfits "Halloween I"/"Halloween II" (1981)
|Posted by Anna H. on October 29, 2017 at 7:05 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? We now have only 2 more days until Halloween. Have you been enjoying your Halloween Weekend? Mine hasn't been the most exciting, I will say that much.
Because Adult Swim's Toonami chose to repeat the same Samurai Jack Marathon last night, that aired for Memorial Day Weekend, I dismissed it. The people, who run the network and the block, schedule the most idiotic programming.
Considering that this was supposed to have been a Halloween Weekend, it would've been more logical to have a Stardust Crusaders or Tokyo Ghoul Marathon than to re-air the Samurai Jack Marathon for a more infantile crowd.
On October 19th, which was 2 Thursdays ago, I watched Tokyo Ghoul: Jack.
Tokyo Ghoul: Jack Trailer (2015)
Both OVA's are prequels except Jack is a prequel about Kisho Arima and Taishi Fura. 12 years ago in OVA 1, both were high school classmates. Arima was an undercover Ghoul Hunter, who worked for The Doves. Fura, on the other hand, was a juvenile delinquent in high school.
Taishi Fura quit the baseball team to play hooky with his mischievous friends. That was until a ghoul wearing a Jack-O' Lantern as a mask, killed 1 of Fura's friends and took his other friend's right eye. She became partially blind after being attacked.
To avenge his friends, Taishi worked with Kisho to hunt down the ghoul, Lantern. You may be wondering why the ghoul is called "Lantern."
Obviously, this ghoul wears a Jack-O Lantern as a disguise, even though her eyes glow red like all the other ghouls. This OVA definitely has some twists at the end. All those Toonami fans, that love nit picking the Tokyo Ghoul franchise should really take time to read the character summaries.
Reading the summaries for Tokyo Ghoul's characters gives a much better clarification than the actual Anime. When you read and listen to the summaries, they give you a better understanding of Tokyo Ghoul's premise.
What does Tokyo Ghoul: Jack have anything to do with the protagonist, Ken Kaneki?
While reading and listening to the character summaries about Kisho Arima, I learned that he was a hailed genius character within the CCG at 16 years old. In Tokyo Ghoul: Jack, you will have the chance to see the mysterious character known as ARIMA work as a Ghoul Hunter with the CCG from his youth, then rising to the top.
Kisho Arima is more significant in Tokyo Ghoul than we EVER realized.
Throughout Seasons 1 and 2, the name, ARIMA was thrown around loosely. With Tokyo Ghoul having such a large cast of characters, it was hard to differentiate who the real terrorists were in the series.
In the Tokyo Ghoul Manga, Kisho Arima takes the protagonist, Ken Kaneki (recently renamed "Haise Sasaki)," and becomes his mentor. Even though Arima mentors and trains with him, Arima is given orders to kill "Sasaki," if he loses his self-control as a ghoul.
Hopefully, Season 3 of Tokyo Ghoul will explain more about Kisho Arima next year, since he was last shown with Ken Kaneki in Season 2's finale. So much was left unfinished.
Then again, I was recently told by someone on AnimeNation, that Tokyo Ghoul's 2nd season was NOT canon. In other words, this last season we just finished watching was nothing more than a filler arc.
Because Season 2 was a filler arc, it is much better to read the Tokyo Ghoul Manga. Otherwise, you can always read the character summaries, which summarizes what REALLY happened with each character in the story.
Hunting for the English Dub of Tokyo Ghoul: Jack was like pulling teeth. Since I could not find the OVA in English Dub, you will have to watch it in English Subtitles.
Anyway, here is Tokyo Ghoul: Jack for today's Cartoon Sunday. Click on the link below.
|Posted by Anna H. on October 28, 2017 at 6:10 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Do you feel like you learned something from yesterday's blog in regards to trick-or-treating? I really hope so because there is a lot, that most of us didn't already know before I published that blog.
October will be over soon. Can you believe that Halloween is in ONLY 3 more days? This means the current background scenery will be gone until next September; The red floral scenery will return, next month.
At the beginning of this week, it was difficult trying to decide what to share for today. I could not choose between Siouxsie And The Banshees and Danzig's old Horror-Punk band, The Misfits. Both were Goth Rock bands with songs about the holiday, Halloween.
However, Glenn Danzig and The Misfits were more Horror-Punk. Because Siouxsie And The Banshees captures kooky and spookiness so much better, I decided to share more Siouxsie And The Banshees.
Songs from Siouxsie And The Banshees' 4th album, Juju work perfectly for Halloween. Juju was commercially successful in the United Kindgom, during 1981. The album has been viewed as a landmark album of the Post-Punk Rock genre.
According to The Guardian in 2007, Juju ranked on the "1000 Albums To Hear Before You Die" List. The British daily newspaper reported, "Perennial masters of brooding suspense, the Banshees honed their trademark aloof art rock to its hardest and darkest pitch on Juju."
I must say, the songs on Juju can be dark. This can most definitely be said about the song, "Voodoo Dolly." "Voodoo Dolly" should've been a hit single from Juju, if you ask me.
It is surprising that "Voodoo Dolly" was NEVER released on a soundtrack. "Spellbound" and "Halloween" are 2 other songs, that you should add to your Halloween or Horror Music Playlists.
Although, I am highly biased to say that "Voodoo Dolly" should be on your playlist, before any other song from Siouxsie And The Banshees' Juju album.
"Voodoo Dolly" has a haunting, spooky, and ominous tone. This is especially when you listen to Siouxsie Sioux's vocals on that track.
Whenever listening to "Voodoo Dolly," I automatically expect a ghost from the graveyard to suddenly jump out and frighten someone, if not a scornful witch performing a curse on an enemy.
Get ready to be spellbound before Halloween with a Vooodoo Dolly for today's Song Saturday Block. There is a triple dose of songs from Siouxsie And The Banshees' 4th album, Juju.
1) Siouxsie And The Banshees "Spellbound" Juju (1981)
2) Siouxsie And The Banshees "Halloween" Juju (1981)
3) Siouxsie And The Banshees "Voodoo Dolly" Juju (1981)
|Posted by Anna H. on October 27, 2017 at 5:30 AM||comments (2)|
How's it going my gumdrops? I meant to share today's blog earlier this week, but I've been preoccupied with reconnecting with friends, that I haven't talked to in a little while.
We have only 4 more days until Halloween. Do you have your Halloween costumes and candy ready for the next 3 days? Considering that my neighborhood is a ghost town, it serves no purpose to buy bags of Halloween Candy.
Wauwatosa is also strict about who can give children Halloween Candy.
Home owners have to sign up to give candy to children. It sounds preposterous, but I understand why home owners must do it. Because Wisconsin judges allow pedophiles and other criminals to have housing in suburban neighborhoods, parents really should be more cautious of when and where they allow their children to go trick-or-treating.
Meanwhile, there are those brainwashed, Christian zealots and Jehovah's Witnesses, who believe that Halloween is a so-called "Pagan" or "Satanist Holiday."
Even though the tradition of trick-or-treating from door-to-door for Halloween treats began, during the 16th Century in Great Britain and Ireland, did you know that trick-or-treating did not become a tradition in America until the 1930's?
Generally speaking, North America didn't start celebrating Halloween until the 1920's. Nearly a century ago, treats for children consisted of homemade cookies, pieces of cake to fruits, nuts, coins, and toys, according to The History Channel.
It was not until the 1950's, that candy manufacturers such as Hershey's, Nestle's, Reese's, and Mars for example, started promoting their candy for Halloween.
As children trick-or-treating reached popularity, giving candy to trick-or-treators was considered more convenient and affordable.
In addition, stories about candy tampering developed in 1959. A Fremont, CA dentist named William Shyne played a mean-spirited prank on 450 trick-or-treaters by giving them candy-coated laxatives. 30 out of 450 trick-or-treaters became very sick from them.
On Halloween 1970, a 5-year-old boy from Michigan died from heroin ingestion. Test results showed there was heroin dust on the boy's Halloween Candy. During the '70s, adults giving children packaged candy became the only acceptable treat to give trick-or-treaters for Halloween.
As the decades have gone by, parents have warned their children to CHECK their Halloween Candy. Supposedly, people were sticking needles and other dangerous products into our candy.
Growing up during the 1980's and '90s, my mother always told me to check my candy. Sometimes she would help check the candy with me.
Now that the opiate addictions and overdoses have been back on the rise in America these last several years (including in my home state), parents should most definitely be more cautious and check Halloween Candy for their children.
In the Milwaukee County, which is my county, there have been news reports about "Killer Marijuana."
What is "Killer Marijuana"?
It is Marijuana laced with the opiate, Fentanyl. Supposedly, people are dying from "Killer Marijuana" by doing only 1 hit. There are A LOT of new age drugs out there, that most average people know nothing about.
On a lighter note, I have Halloween Candy Suggestions. If I were a little girl trick-or-treating again, I would LOVE to have adults throw chocolate candy bars and gummy candy in my bucket or bag.
For a spooky treat, I highly recommend Sour Gummy Spiders. YES, this is coming from an arachnophobic, who kills spiders constantly!
Last year, my oldest aunt bought me some, when she was returning from Chicago. It had taken me 2 MONTHS to build up the courage to eat that candy. After putting 1 gummy spider in my mouth, I wanted MORE.
The ONLY time I will ever like a spider is when I'm eating it in candy form. Otherwise, let the spider killing spree continue!
Before I forget, I wanted to let you know that I updated and archived blogs from last October. In case you missed any of these blogs from last year, click on the following links:
Hopefully, you learned something new from today's blog! Get ready for a spooky Song Saturday, tomorrow.