61. Trick or Treat

Halloweentini!

Halloweentini!

Hahhahaa

Hahhahaa

Radishes and Pimento Stuffed Green Olives

Radishes and Pimento Stuffed Green Olives

And when you’re done with the drink:

A three-eyed monster!

A three-eyed monster!

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. First we had to clean the ooey gooies out of the pumpkins:

Ooey gooey!

Ooey gooey!

Into the bucket

Into the bucket

Great job!

Great job!

A Happy Potato

A Happy Potato

“Jack-o-lantern” and “scary/happy potato” can be used interchangeably.

Carved.

Carved.

The one on the far right was supposed to be a zombie. But really doesn’t look like one at all. I love creative pumpkin carving. We were pretty easy and basic with the carvings this year. But next year we need to turn it up a notch. A better zombie, maybe the headless horseman doing yoga, some type of garden scene, etc. But really, isn’t it all about the candy?

Working hard for candy. Note the beads of sweat haha

Working hard for candy. Note the beads of sweat haha

Baby not working quite as hard for her loot!

Baby not working quite as hard for her loot!

And truthfully none of us had to work too hard for the candy tonight. Because we rode around with this guy:

The BEST way to trick-or-treat!

The BEST way to trick-or-treat!

Especially with a two year old. It was like a dream! Sure, there were shouts of “that’s cheating!” as we zipped past but I was easily able to ignore such leers as I was quite comfortable! hahahahah

The Spy and his bud

The Spy and his bud

Surveying the booty!

Surveying the booty!

Candy Propaganda HAHAHAHAHAHHAHA

Candy Propaganda HAHAHAHAHAHHAHA

Spooky Skelt

Spooky Skelt

“Skelt” is baby slang for “skull” or “skeleton”.

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

7 thoughts on “61. Trick or Treat

  1. narf77

    You could have been forgiven for not even knowing it was Halloween here. The only way Steve knew was that they had made a mountain of carrot bags as a sort of orange homage to halloween last week when he was hunting carrots in the local supermarket and couldn’t find them where they usually were. Not entirely sure that carrots are synonymous with halloween per-se, just easier to come by ;). Glad your kids had a ball and collecting and lugging around all of that candy obviously wore the boys out ;)

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