Monday, November 03, 2008

Second Childhood











What do we have here? Looks like a group of neighbors and friends having a great time at an adult Halloween party! There are kittens, a Green Bay Packer coach, Boy Scouts, Goldilocks and the Wolf, el Muerto, a bear from the bear market, a fleeced stockholder, the Lone Ranger, a Deviled Egg and George Bush with his head on a plate!

17 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, these are great, especially the George Bush, very creative!

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  2. Kate, these photos are very pretty...

    C'est bien de savoir s'amuser...

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  3. Too funny. It looks like quite a party...and who or what were you? Is your hubby the Packers guy?

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  4. O Kate these are WONDERFUL! I have had a ball looking at all your funny friends. As a southerner, the Deviled Eggs win first place with me but they are all just super. Congratulations to all your friends. Thanks for shaing my friend!

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  5. I like your title to this post. It doesn't hurt to act like a kid sometimes. All the costumes are great. I think the George Bush one is very clever.

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  6. les adultes s'amusent plus que les enfants ;o))

    adults more fun that children ;o))

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  7. Looks like everyone had a great time! Who is Mr. Legs :-)

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  8. Could you tell me why George Bush has his head like that?
    I do like Le Loup et le Petit Chaperon rouge!

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  9. What fun everyone is having. A lovely collage Kate.

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  10. I just love Halloween! I'll take any excuse to don a costume... maybe that's why I like theater so much. :)

    Looks like everyone had fun. Love all the costumes. You have some very creative friends.

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  11. George Bush's head on a plate is fine for this vegetarian.

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  12. Great time you had for Halloween, children are not allowed? Bush on a plate, looks like his perfect place.

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  13. Looks like some people had a very good time!!
    No age limit to have fun on Halloween.

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  14. What a fun way to celebrate!

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  15. Hi Kate! Great Dia de los Muertos post, today that a great day rises for all alive...
    Now, Blogtrotter is departing Armenia. It leaves you however with a view that Tsar Nicholas didn’t see… ;))
    Have a great week, after the great night bAmerica gave us!!

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  16. Basically this should be for the kids I believe, but it's good when adults can behave like kids (at least now and then)!

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  17. No post today about Barack Obama's victory? I'm surprised.

    I believe you must be celebrating?
    Oh the joy through the world!

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