Saturday, November 1, 2008

Halloween Night

The eleventh hour

We had quite the Halloween haunt with pint sized witches, vampires and ninjas topping the evening off with a grand total of 130 treaters! The action usually begins around 5pm. So, we were a little nervous to find the streets and sidewalks were emmmpty at that time. Since there wasn't a ghost or witch in site, we decided to sit down for a quick dinner. You guessed it. The minute we sat down to eat, the doorbell rang, and so it began. The winner of best costume was a young gentleman dressed up as a magnet covered in baby chicks. He was so funny as he proudly announced his title The CHICK MAGNET. As I was passing out the goodie bags, an unexpected visitor appeared from the crowd, a chihuahua dressed up as a bumblebee. I squealed with delight. She was Bow-WOW Bootiful! I wish I could have gotten pictures of these treaters, but there was something eerie possessing our camera last night. Unexplainable phantoms kept appearing in our pictures. What's interesting is, as we prepared for the nights festivities the camera operated without a hitch. Then it became a ghostly turn of events. Take a look.

The castle and sweet treats are prepared.

Galactic Visitors

Miss Bee

I hope your Halloween night was just as

Here's another hint for my fall tutorial.
A sugar (ice cream) cone.
Stay tuned.


A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

It all looks soooo Fun!
I wish the whole Halloween thing took off here in OZ,My kids would be in Heaven!
Lollies and dress ups does'nt get much better!

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

Okay back about the circus peanuts...
I think they area bit like the bannas we get over here,
And if you are using sugared cones my guess is marshmallow cones...You know for kids parties type of food.
Hmmm Can you believe how much it has got me thinking..You would think I had too much time on my hands to spare,eh?

Judy said...

Wow Sara what a fun time you had. I haven't seen that many kids since mine were young. Most people I've talked to had none or very few trick or treaters this year. I can hardly wait for your looks intriguing.

And I'm not too sure I'd like liver and mayo either. I think we should both pass on the little treat!!

tam said...

Hello Sara! Thanks for stopping by my blog! It is nice to hear from a neighbor! My blog is kind of new just been around for a few weeks and I'm having a blast! Your blog is cute -I am going to add you to my list and I'd like to invite you to join mine as well! Looks like you and everyone around your place had a fun Halloween! Happy Blogging!
~Tam :)

Melissa Miller said...

Hi Sara, Thanks alot for stopping by my new blog and your kindness. It means so much since I'm just starting. Your blog looks great and I love the spooky story about your camera. Very cool! I wonder who you "really" took photos of...Hmmm. Please stop by anytime. You're always Welcome. Warmly, Melissa

Kristen said...

WOW we only had 23 treaters and that was a lot for us.

Tanya said...

Oooh that little dressed up Chihuahua is irresistable. We have a little Princess Chi ourselves. Her name is Coco Chanel. The name fits her perfectly! My 10 year old son wants to trick or treat at your house next year. I do too!
Tanya :)

Twice as Nice said...

Now I want to sway your vote. Bless Our Nest is having a pumpkin contest. Fern's son carved a pumpkin and it is #21...Could we count on your vote??

Anonymous said...

Now why did you not tell people you made that incredible hat for your Halloween wear?

Loved this!

southern queen bee said...

Thanks for stopping by, I am mostly a weekend blogger..Can't use internet at work...Can't wait to see what you do with that cone. I'll be back!

Liz said...

Oh WOW! This is so my kind of neighborhood. How fun, and wonderful pictures!

Saucy said...

Luurve the stormtrooper! I would have freaked out if he came to my door, we are geeks around here.

Screaming Meme said...

I didn't know! Thank you so much for purchasing him! I love that tassel...It is so cute!