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Halloween

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Wordless Wednesday — Great Pumpkins

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Wordless Wednesday – Off the Chain

Wordless Wednesday — Jack o Lanterns

Flashback Friday — Halloween Fun

Judging by the enthusiastic house decorations I’ve seen on my walks, we’ve got a ton of new kids in the neighborhood this year, which means tomorrow’s trick or treating should be loads of fun. I always get a kick out of the little ones in their costumes, but I’m taking a moment this morning to … Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday–Bootiful

Here’s lookin’ at you

The neighborhood is looking rather festive these days. We’ve got more than our fair share of ghosts Skeletons, complete… … and in parts. There are jack ‘o lanterns made of plastic and ceramic, as well as honest-t0-goodness pumpkin. Witches, spiders and the webs they weave abound. But no one — and I mean no one … Continue reading

Flashback Friday — Ghosts of Halloween Past

Happy Halloween! Catherine has been celebrating all week. Tuesday, she dressed as a nerd for a sorority party. Her suite mate, Danielle, helped with the costume. Tonight, she plans to be a scarecrow (Danielle is doing her makeup). Are you sensing a pattern here? Tomorrow, she’s wearing the Hooter’s costume I told you about. At … Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday — Ghouls Just Want to Have Fun

             

Throwback Thursday — Boo to You!

Happy Halloween! Here’s a look back at one of my old costumes. Not sure what year this is, but I remember being very excited about wearing the earrings — and the wings! Can you see the wings in the picture? I can see, too, Mom has us both bundled up against the fall chill under … Continue reading

Can’t shake the ghost of Halloweens past

You never know what might cause consternation around here. This week there is abject despair because I won’t be manning the door on Halloween. I’ll be teaching body sculpting on Thursday, so Catherine must step up to the plate. Somehow, this is a big deal. Not quite a problem, but a reason to opine, as … Continue reading