Mark Twain

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Monday, April 9, 2012

H is for Halloween

So with the title "Halloween," I bet you thought you would see some cute little trick or treaters, or maybe a scary lighted Jack-o-lantern or maybe just a cute little ghost cartoon on the outside of a big bag of candy.

These are some of my kids - actually the "kid" on the right I gave birth to 38 years ago, and the "kid" on the left will become mine on May 19th - the day they will marry.

I really like the purple hair!

And the green thing-ys on their heads? Those are "brain slugs" I made (at their request) for their costumes. I thought I left making costumes behind 25 years ago.

Guess not. :-)

11 comments:

  1. I remember your post about making the brain slugs...they look great.

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  2. Love the costumes. It's good to let your inner kid out once in a while. :)

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  3. Love this! The brain slugs are adorable! Isn't it nice that our grown kids still need us? :-)

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  4. I loved your, "I thought I left making costumes behind 25 years ago." At first I remembered some of my own children's costumes that I made years ago...but then I remembered Halloween 2011...I helped my son convert an old woven bedspread into a poncho to wear with an over-sized sombrero that he had.
    The brain slugs are adorable!

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  5. I love the 20 years quote at the top of your blog!

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  6. maybe this could be their wedding theme:)) congrats.

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  7. got to love this time of the year, for me all year round.

    Happy... to the challenge "H" is for Harmonious!
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  8. fun costumes. the brain slugs are cool.

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  9. Nice brain slugs. I love the quote at the top too. So true.

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  10. Great stuff! And hearty congrats to the happy couple :)
    And Halloween, oh my, it's getting more popular in Britain. Still, unlike my home in Vancouver, I don't get a couple of hundred 'trick or treaters' knocking on my door. And the candies are mine, all mine! :)

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