|I’ll haunt your dreams if you conjugate your verbs incorrectly.|
I got this sweater last year in Germany, but for some reason it wasn’t until I put it on today that I noticed something: “Whoa, I kinda look like Freddy Krueger!” I brought this sweater back to Costa Rica because I may need it in Argentina, where it’s likely to be a bit cooler. I hadn’t worn it here, though, since it’s always too hot to wear anything more than a T-shirt. But the weather has been awful lately with near-constant rain and wind (which knocked out the internet for a few hours, hence the late posting… but I’m not sure anyone cares anyway).
Anyhow, to prevent colonies of mold from forming on it, I decided to wear the sweater to my evening German class, and the first thing that my friend Lidio said to me was, “You look like Freddy Krueger!” So when I got home I scrounged up some Freddy-like accoutrements for the Picture of the Day. I know with the hat and work glove I sort of look like a fisherman version of the famous movie killer, plus my face and sweater aren’t quite as tattered as gnarled his, but oh well.
So, thanks for reading! Wind, rain, sleet, hail… ALL of these can definitely slow down Blogtoberfest and keep it from performing its duties, so keep your fingers crossed for nice blogging weather for the second half of the month! Have a great day!
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