Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Sweet Treats!

Trick or treat.

Smell my feet.

Give us something good to eat!

Amy, boys goblins

School teacher Amy was handing out candy with students at the SADD table on the square Saturday night, so she and her two munchkins stopped by and posed for this photo before they left.

Joy’s cutie patootie went to see her great grandfather Roger to show off her froggie costume:

Melissa, froggy Eva, Roger

These are much sweeter images than what we are seeing on TV from up north this morning.  Sure hope folks are staying out of the way of workers and volunteers, but of course there will be gawkers out and about, getting in the way.  Sheesh.  All that seawater intrusion is gonna make transportation a nightmare for a long-time to come in NYC.  And airport flooding, homes lost…the list goes on.  Prayers are needed.

We stayed in the upper 30s with light rain early evening, but NO snow today!  Thank you, thank you.  We have lots more leaves on the ground, but most of them were brown anyway and ready to fall.  We are grateful we didn’t get the expected high winds, with trees and limbs falling!

Blessed here in Mayberry.  Life is sweet, y’all.  Stay safe. 

October made unwelcome history.  We’ll be happy to say goodbye to you!


ivana said...

Ciao Sandy!

I like the two images, so beautiful on different way!
Prayers for the population, the Sandy (why a such a sweet name for a bad storm?) is so bad and so brite!

Have a lovely Tuesday in your warm home!

Big hugs!!!

Sandee said...

The little ones are adorable. Cute costumes.

All those that were in Sandy's path are in my thoughts and prayer.

Have a terrific day honey. Big hugs. :)

Jean(ie) said...

Love the costumes. And Joy's little grandie is just adorable!!!!!! Those sugar filled cheekies!

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

oh, how sweet they are!

hugs, bee

Lisa said...

I spy a TMNT?! I remember them from my brother's days of Saturday morning cartoons. Oh how everything comes back!!! They are all adorable. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

We got lucky as well. We thought we'd get hit as bad as Irene, but we barely got anything. A little rain and wind, no flooding or anything major like that...and even better, despite my parents living 45 minutes from Atlantic City, NJ (or really, any # of coastal towns) they received very little damage.