Friday, October 31, 2008

The Most Scariest Time of the Year!

To the tune of "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"

It's the most scariest time of the year.
With incumbents campaigning
The pundits complaining
And bending your ear...
It's the most scariest time of the year!!

My "kids" are too old to trick or treat, but they're not too old to enjoy the holiday and the candy that comes with it. They're of different minds about the upcoming "holiday" on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, however. Amigo would mute every political commercial and hide the campaign signs in the front lawn. La Petite, however, enjoys experiencing political events through the lense of her camera and proudly wears an Obama/Biden button on her backpack.

My household costumes won't qualify for the cutest or the most creative of the 2 and under set, and I doubt they'd work for over 3 either. But Halloween fun? No one is too old for that!

Here are the Three Blind Mice: three intermediate teachers.
Amigo loaned them an old white cane so they could make theirs look more authentic.



Here's a rabbit auditioning for a part in a Monty Python movie as the Beast Like No Other.


And last, but not least, here's a cow masquerading as a rabbit. Or vice-versa. You decide.



Parent Bloggers Network has links to number of this weekend's Blog Blast posts and the Blurb/PBN Flickr pool as well. Blurb is a book publishing platform that anyone, yes, even you, can use. They're the sponsor of this blast. Nope, don't feel disillusioned, I wrote this post for fun. I'm not even eligible for the photo contest this time. Blog blasts are fun, with a contest element involved sometimes.

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Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Brilliant costume!

10/31/2008 11:34 AM  

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