Sunday, October 28, 2012

Halloween 2012

Last night we had our annual Halloween party at the Websters. We started off with 'trunk or treat'. The kids love it. This is our boot. You had to close your eyes and put your hand under the black sheet into a bowl of cold jelly and fish out a Halloween trinket.

Ollie decided he would go as Jack Sparrow. He even had pirate tattoos which I know will take weeks to scrub off.

Jonty was a ghost but he kept taking his costume off and Flynn's costume, well speaks for itself. He is my little superhero.

Sarra was a zombie and loved doing her own hair and make-up and putting rips in her jeans.

AS you drove into the Webster's yard, this was what greeted you.

The kids had a great time walking around the back of the cars and getting lollies.

There were some amazing costumes.

The highlight for the kids of course was the hay ride. I think a few of the adults liked it too.

It's so lovely of the Websters to do this. They put so much into making the night a night to remember full of good times and memories and of course lots of lollies.

I also find it funny that one of my top ten posts down the RHS of my blog, includes a Halloween post from 2007. I must have looked especially frightful that year.

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