Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Happy Halloween!

Have a frightfully awesome Halloween!

15 comments:

  1. Eeek, I have a cockroach phobia. Happy Halloween.

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  2. that is a gross photo....LOL Very appropriate though!!

    Gill

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  3. Yuk! Thanks for visiting me! I'm off now to have a good old snoop around- hope there isn't too many creepy crawlies! Ada :)

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  4. Oh my gosh... those stockings are gross! At least I hope that's what they are... eeeeewwwhhhh! Perfect for today though ;) Happy Halloween!

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  5. Now, that is spooky!! Eek!

    I can't wait for the trick-or-treaters tonight! I've got a big bowl full of candy ready and I'm trying not to munch on it because I've got to save it for the kids. Where is my willpower?!! lol!

    Have a good one!

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  6. Tammy - thanks for stopping by. I cannot think of 2 more opposite places to live between, Texas and London. My husband and I lived in Texas when were first married. The people were so very friendly - much like here in England. Happy Halloween!!!!!
    Chey

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  7. Tammy,

    I had my right hand operated on for carpal tunnel for the second time in November of 2011 and it hasn't been the same since. I had my left hand operated on for carpal tunnel February of this year, and it's okay...sort of!!!

    Gill

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  8. Eww!!! That photo just gave me the creeps! Thanks for stopping in at Cranberry Morning. Lucky you to soon be moving to England. Love that place! In fact, for a long time now I've been doing a Friday post, 'Anglophile Friday,' and have nearly run out of my England photos. What to do. :-) Time to return there I think!

    Darling photos of the kids. :-)

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  9. Happy Halloween to you too! (Those stockings are very, very creepy.)

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  10. As soon as I can collect the horrendous airfare, I'll bring some GF peanut butter cookies to London. :-) I'm your newest follower. Wish I could follow to London...

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  11. I have a cockroach phobia too but not these ones. I'm an African girl at heart so I can cope with these wild critters. It is the smaller American house cockroach that sends me into a fit of panic and despair.

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Thank you for your positive comments!