Sunday, November 2, 2014

The Scary Things You See Trick Or Treating

This house we were greeted by this guy. Who made us laugh a 
lot because he was not the least bit excited about anything.

This guy was dressed up as a body builder and he kept the kids
laughing with his "I am really strong do you see my muscles?"

And this is my little tiger with her trainer.She got a couple of 
candies and said ok lets go home. When we asked why she said to eat it of course. after she had some she was ready for lots more.

This was a scary sight with fake blood on her ebola suit yikes!
But a great time was had by all.

I had my guild meeting Saturday so I did get something done.
Then we were off to a birthday party and I had to work today so 
there goes that weekend. I have put in for some time off
mental health days. I took a couple of days off for our anniversary the beginning of October then I had to work extra so I really never had to use my time. 
We are cold and windy but warm and cozy inside
watching the football game.
Have a great week!


Rugs and Pugs said...

What a darling tiger with her trainer!!!
WOW! That first house had some wonderful carved pumpkins.
Mental health days are good. I will have one Thursday to attend a hooking guild meeting for the first time. I've been a member for quite some time but the only time they met on a Saturday I was out of town :(
Hugs :)

Kim said...

Aww what a cute little tiger. Looks like you all had fun. I hope she made out like a bandit in the candy department

Julia said...

That's a lot of fancy carving on so many pumpkins. I'm thinking of all the pumpkin seeds from all these pumpkins.

Cute little tiger and it looks like everyone was having fun including the adults.


yaya said...

Such fun! Such cuteness! Looks like a wonderful weekend! Hope you have a great week to match!

WoolenSails said...

What fun outfits to go together, love them.
No kids here and no one to take out, so missed the fun of seeing kids in costumes. Your rug is coming out beautifully.


Primitive Stars said...

Morning, sweet little Tiger I see. Fun night for all. Love the rug, looking great. Blessings Francine.

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Gosh I have missed you and coming by here today and catching up with you was so much fun.
I had to visit the library again so I have to break down and purchase a computer. lol
Loved seeing your little tiger trick or treating. Oh my she is really growing up fast. So adorable in her costume.
Loved your rug and fall colors on your earlier post. You know me I love seeing everyone's beautiful fall pictures since we don't have the colors here. We go straight from summer to winter.
It was so nice hearing from you and that you too have been thinking of me. I think of you so much wondering if your doing well.
My email is
I at least can check emails on my phone.
Stay warm and cozy

She Seeketh Wool said...

It's seems like I've trick or treated most of my life. First it was me with mom and dad, then I took my brother, he was 5 years younger then me, then came my other brother, he is 9 years younger than me. Of course when I took my brothers that also included a rowdy group of their friends!! I can remember how cold it was some nights and walking though the crisp leaves. Now I see my nephew and niece to. I always know it's them, they wear their costumes a month early and show me every time I see them between then and Halloween. Such fun, great memories. Cathy - your rug looks great! I love it!!! xoxoxo

Judy said...

The Tiger is simply adorable. I think the Ebola suit thingie is kind of over the top, but then--what do I know.