WE may never tire of dressing up and going out for Halloween. There's something so liberating about masquerading as something we're not--being someone or something else for a few hours. We represented the ethereal by dressing up as a gnome and a faerie. We saw lots of pirates, superheroes, Sponge Bob & Patrick, flapper girls, etc. Shawn won second place (and $25!) at work for his costume. On a side note, anyone have a yard gnome sitting in your garage that you don't want anymore?? My grandparents had one, and it weathered many years of Kansas climate. I was so sad when he at last crumbled. He was a cute little guy. I wonder what all he saw in his life--on the street before him, sky above him, home beside him?
Not sure who these peeps are but they smiled for us anyway!