That hat looked much cuter in the store. And in all honesty, I am much cuter than this picture depicts. Normally, my bosoms are high and firm (no, I am not lying about that), not almost to my waist as it looks like in this picture. And that saggy, pudgy elbow sticking out is not mine. I do not know where that came from. You may have to click on the pic to get a closer view of my vampire teeth. They are so awesome!!! I am wearing them to work in the morning.
All the little munchkins started coming around 6:00 this evening. Here are my first ones:
Oops! That’s Nate. He helped hand out whistles, play-doh, tattoos, booger pickers a/k/a monster fingers, glow sticks, spider rings, freshly cut hands a/k/a latex gloves with a little air with some surprises inside, and caramel nut chocolate apples. I would estimate we had around 200. There were 140 small play-dohs, and we handed out those till they were gone, along with two or three other items. After that we started on all the other things until I got down to just spider rings and a few glow sticks. It was a fun-filled, packed neighborhood this evening.
My first guests to arrive:
Next came this little cutie below.
Most of the evening I spent here in these chairs or up walking around filling bags and talking to the kids. They all love the whistles. I love hearing them blow them all over the neighborhood. A little whistle band.
My little Kate was Pocahontas, and Ava was the cutest flower petal you’ve ever seen. I moved them around the yard trying to get a good photo of them. If you’ve looked at some of my attempts to photograph them before, then you won’t be surprised at these.
Kate thinks she is the boss of Ava. I don’t know why she should think she is the boss of anybody; she is always telling me, “You’re not the boss of me.” So I guess that only works one way: Kate is boss of everybody.
We kept after it until we finally sort of got a pretty good picture.
A happy time was had by all. A tired Gigi had a ball.
Hope your Halloween was spooktacular as well!