I took my little ones out Trick o treating! and just got them settled in bed. I havent been around because there is a big move in store, The house we stay in has finally sold (it isnt our house but the owners let us stay to maintain it until it sells), we are planning on moving to Florida, since we cant afford the heating bills here in New England anymore. We are trying to figure out finanacially how to make it work, for everything we would need $3000, as we would be staying with my mom. SO i might be MIA here and there.
I had a blast!!!!!! I made one girl cry, didnt mean to. I think a few mothers almost peed themselves, of course I scared most of the kids, two sets of them came back a second time, and the best one was this older guy about 18 yrs old. I was sitting up in the coffin, I had thought that they saw me move when they went across the street, so I didnt bother laying down. I just sat there really still, when he walked by I friggin screamed, I think he crapped his pants. LOL He jumped side ways and I thought he was gonna land on my CD player.
I got a great pic of my costume, so I will down load it here very soon
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