Thursday, October 28, 2010

BOO.........?

Last Friday, our daughter hosted a Halloween party. We all came dressed up, well that is everyone except our teen who has decided dressing up is for "little kids" The Mr wanted to know where that left us......second childhood?



We played some Halloween Jeopardy, tossed some candy corns, ate yummy treats, and visited.



The Mr. had the scariest costume of all. No kidding, he made a couple of kiddos cry! Ya, and one of them was our own grandson! He took one look at the Mr and he started to cry and made a bee line for the door! He was getting outta there , away from that scary guy!
Another of our grandsons was so leery of him, and try as he might, grandpa could not get him to come sit on his lap. He would come stand and look at him, and talk some, but sit? No way.
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Well, I sat on his lap. I wanted to get a head of the seasonal rush! LOL
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We have the ward Halloween party tomorrow night, whatda think? Should the Bishop wear his red suit again? I wonder how many kids he could scare there? LOL

HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!


Carpe diem.......Seize The Day

5 comments:

Julie Harward said...

Sounds like lots of fun! (I don't know the people you mentioned) Nauvoo is a place very dear to my heart also, thanks for visiting. :D

Cowboy mom said...

That is so funny! I can't quit giggling. well, I don't know I guess that might be a little to mean to some of the younger kids.(he is the bishop after all) why is it that Santa Claus is almost scarier then a spook.

snicker, snicker!
That's funny!

Eric and Caralee said...

LOL, I think I'll be laughing for awhile, between "second childhood" (I am definitely in mine!) and the nice red suit (he should definitely wear it again)

Mimi Sue said...

So hilarious!! You're right terrifying to little kids. Have a great Halloween even though it's kind of awkward on Sunday;). Mimi

Parkers said...

What were you dressed up as? Gypsy? Pirate?