I DREW A TURKEY TAG!
I guess that means that The Engineer and I will be spending a weekend down in Bon Homme county hunting for a big fall tom!
This is what I’m hoping to have not happen. The Engineer and I spent a couple hours at one of the outdoor ranges yesterday working on making sure my bow is sighted in as accurately as possible for a few different distances and several different shooting positions. Based on the poundage of my bow, I don’t feel comfortable making an ethic shot past 40 yards, but hopefully we can pull them in closer than that. I’ll have a few more weeks of practice before the season opens, but I have some decisions to make until then…..namely choosing broad heads.
The Engineer is prepping for my big hunting adventure mostly by tent shopping. We had discussed trying to camp out for the weekend we go hunting. Momma’s house is in the adjacent county if things go really badly, but the running plan is to “rough it”. To assist with that plan, he bought a tent! To clarify, he bought a tent from Menards that was on sale for $20, because for $20 how could you not buy a 5 person tent?! I’m cautiously supportive, however his new investment didn’t come with any rain protection. Fall in SoDak can be a fickle bitch, so I guess we will just have to wait and see. He assures me that tarps can be had if rain arrives….I’m maybe a bit less than convinced.
Speaking of hunting, The Engineer and I had a Halloween party to attend last night, and we channeled our inner hunters….
The Bitch Faced Bestie and The Hubby in Law threw a themed diaper keg for their coming new little addition. She loves Halloween, so of course the diaper keg was an early Halloween party! The Engineer isn’t much for costumes and dressing up, so he got to wear some of his normal hunting clothes and I got to try out my makeup skills. I feel like I did pretty well considering I never even did a practice run of this. The antlers were a bit of a challenge, but luckily that’s why I have my engineer!
On a final note, a couple weeks ago I ordered myself some flowers! My favorite place to get flowers, other than the farmer’s market downtown, is Bouqs.com! They ship everything in bud form so your flowers will last and last. The selection they offer changes seasonally, and they have quickly become the MisHappenings family standard place to order flowers from. They were having a free upgrade sale and I have a couple gift cards on the website so I decided to treat myself to some fun fall flowers!
Like I said, the varieties of flowers available change all the time, and I’ve never been disappointed with the bouquets I’ve chosen. If you are in the market for flowers, especially if like me you have an abundance of vases already squirreled in cabinets, you should definitely scope them out!