It’s the most….horrifying time…of the year! (Especially if you are an elementary teacher.)
Last week was just crazy. Red Ribbon Week & prep for our Fall Festival came together to form one weird week. Something spooky was definitely in the air…
And the craziness continues, because today is Halloween! The kiddos are going to be all pumped about their evening adventures (with visions of candy dancing above their heads)…and dare I say tomorrow is going to be even more terrifying as they all come down from their sugar rush.
It rivals the horror of a zombie apocalypse.
So I’m off to face the day…but in the meantime I’ll leave you with wishes for a safe & fun Halloween and pictures of our family pumpkin this year. 🙂
Huxley checking it out…(He’s probably thinking that it smells familiar…when he was younger and eating everything I would give him canned pumpkin to aid with digestion. It works…really!)
It was mean to be a jack-o-lantern w/ a mustache…but the mustache turned into more of a joker-smile. Ah well.
He could not figure out what was going on…life would be so much easier if he could talk. 😛
After! I love it, and we decided to keep it inside for a few days so that we can enjoy the efforts of our hard work!
KEEP CALM & EAT CANDY!