Thursday, October 28, 2010


There is only one place you can go to get Sugar Free Russel Stover's Pecan Goodies,
a handful of old Werther's Originals, 
more peppermints than you can eat in a year,
 some really hard gum,
 and more love, attention, care, and appreciation than you can find just about anywhere.
This was the best Trick-or-Treat spot in town.
I am proud and a little relieved to tell you that Mia decided to be an artist this year.  It fits her perfectly and I challenge you to find a cuter one.

And Bode joined the rest of the population of three-year-old boys to be Buzz Lightyear.

As soon as the kids hit their pillows tonight I am going to curl up with a couple of treat bags and have myself a little party.  I plan to leave no chocolate untouched.


Alisha said...

I love Mia's costume. Minerva went to a Halloween parade today, but managed to come home without any chocolate. Or maybe Brian just got to it first.

Kristen said...

I love love love her costume! I'm taking notes for a few years from now... she seemed so proud of it!

Andrea said...

I love these pictures! It is so sweet to see the older people smiling at your kids.

OK Chick said...

I love Mia's costume. She is the most creative kid I know.

Wa Wa Waughs said...

I bet they made those senior citizens' day!

Kelsey Dawn said...

That little artist's outfit is the cutest thing I've ever seen!