Since Halloween was such a production the above will count for my "grand finale" big draw as well. The one thing about being a pharmacist they do not tell you in college is the new definition of "holiday"...it is the day you have to work, no exceptions. Ha, I'll show them. With a little, ok a lot of, help from friends I was able to come up with a way for my "owlet" to debut and trick or treat.
The choreography was as follows.
- 7:15 friend "S" picks up Pajama Girl and takes to school
- 8:45 I go to work
- 11:10 PJ girl done for half day and friend "S" brings her to me at work
- 12:00-12:45 PJ girl sits in pharmacy and colors
- 12:45 friend "C", other pharmacist, comes in on day off so I can take PJ girl home for lunch,rest, and change into costume (the one I almost sewn to my finger).
- 1:00-4:15 home to rest and catch up on computer
- 1:15-? TRICK??? computer and phones not working UGH!
- 4:15 deliver PJgirl to friend "S" to trick or treat with them
- 4:45 back to work so friend "C" can attend her evening plans
- 5:30-6:30 totally miss all trick or treating and call husband "K" to warn about police handing out 6000 pieces of candy in front of park where friend "S" lives.
- 6:30 husband "K" aka "daddy" to friend "S" for PJ girl retrieval and home
- 7:00 PJ girl calls to tell me of her magical night and all the cool costumes she saw and treats!
- 9:00pm I leave work, take co-worker home, get gas
- 9:30 pm Finally home and PJ girl in bed with one eye open for monsters!
WOW, I have awesome friends and might add friend "S" had family members over and 2 littles of her own to entertain while taking in PJ girl. BIG HUGE THANK YOU "S"!!!
Look at these eyes though, how could I not do it for her