Monday, October 17, 2011

Paint it Pretty!

I had so many great comments on my BLOG HOP prize that I wish I had twenty-four necklaces to give away! The winner was chosen at "random dot org" this morning by my 12-year-old before he hopped off to school, leaving me without the list of candidates or a clear indication of the winner! (What a master of suspense.) The winner will be contacted by midnight tonight (which also gives me plenty of time to find the GREAT hiding place where I safely put the mysterious disappearing must be haunted, because it's certainly not me!)
For those who don't get the ghostly necklace, you can always do as my son did for my beautiful new granddaughter...paint it on! Just think of it... with a little glitter you could wear a sparkly tiara whenever you wanted. (Or you could paint on "man jewelry," Chas!) With green and white paint you could dot on a necklace and matching earrings, and with glow-in-the-dark paint you could do an entire Safety Sam Halloween costume!
What was your favorite Halloween costume ever? What are you going to dress up as this year?


Carol L. said...

lol lol Your son is very creative like his Mom. :) Thanks for the Christmas story. I'm looking forward to reading it after dinner. Have a great day.
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

Small Town Shelly Brown said...

Funny story!
I usually dress up for Halloween but I don't usually know what I am going to be until I grab something that night.
I know what all 5 of my kids are going to be though and that is a harder task. :) We have Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, Mario and Luigi Mario, and a Buzz Lightyear. We have 2 book characters, 2 video game characters, and a movie star. I couldn't talk anyone into being Abraham Lincoln. LOL!

Shirley Bahlmann said...

Carol, thanks for the creativity nod! And Shelly, you could always put the tall top hat and beard on to go as Honest Abe yourself!

Attack of the Giant Spider!

I was startled to find a giant spider ready to jump on my car as I entered the roundabout in St. George's Main Street/Tabernacle Street...